Carrie Stein joins eOne Television as EVP, global production

The former 3 Arts Entertainment exec takes her post effective July 2, as the company continues to bolster its television arms' global reach.

Entertainment One Television has hired Carrie Stein as EVP of global production, announced Monday.

“Carrie is an extremely talented and hard-working executive with significant experience and an impressive track record in developing, packaging, sourcing and pre-selling television programming in the U.S., Canada and international marketplace. Her relationships, connections and affiliations are broad and deep on both a domestic and global basis,” said eOne Television CEO John Morayniss in a statement.

“The global market is ripe with talented creators, innovative IP and a desire to expand across borders. eOne has been on the forefront and has quickly established itself as the leading independent entertainment company in scripted television across the globe,” said Stein in a statement.

Stein will be based in eOne’s L.A. office, reporting to Morayniss, and will work with the company’s various television divisions to source and package properties across scripted, miniseries, half-hour and hour series, and develop the company’s strategic global partnerships.

Stein will work with eOne Television International president Peter Emerson in the U.K. to source international co-production opportunities and financing for new and existing projects.

Emerson earlier this year relocated to eOne’s London office to expand the company’s TV operations outside North America and source co-pro opportunities in the U.K. and Europe.

She will also liaise with eOne Television Canada prez Margaret O’Brien to facilitate sales of Canadian projects into the U.S. and other markets, and will additionally work on eOne’s in-house productions as well as projects developed and produced by third-party producers.

Stein will also work with eOne Television EVP U.S. scripted television Michael Rosenberg and his team in L.A. to support packaging, financing and pre-selling projects.

Stein most recently headed up the global management and packaging arm for 3 Arts Entertainment in the U.S., where she was responsible for expanding the company’s international reach and sourcing producing, writing and directing talent from outside the U.S.

She also previously worked as head of L.A.-based producer Alchemy TV, which specialized in international co-productions, and head of television longform packaging at ICM.

Stein’s appointment is effective July 2.