Platinum Studios Officially Names Kendall Rosenberg Vice President of Development

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Platinum Studios, Inc., a comic book-based entertainment company with one of the world's largest, nimble and growing libraries of characters, today officially announced that Kendall Rosenberg has been named Vice President of Development, including for Platinum Studios Comics. Kendall is the daughter of Platinum Studios' CEO, Scott Mitchell Rosenberg."Adding Kendall to our team is critical to our future. Between her creative instincts and her fresh perspective, she will set a course for our story output that will ensure our success for the long haul," said Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, CEO, Platinum Studios. "She grew up in this business and has been pitching me concepts forever. To watch her trajectory and understand her passion for this work has made me proud, but more so, her desire for this role has also re-energized me and this entire organization." In her role, Kendall will be involved in story development from conceptual breakthrough to production. She will also fuel creative transcendence, readying comics at various stages of completion to slot into the most audience-receptive combination of mediums, be they books, film, television and even musicals. Rosenberg has been charged with refreshing certain properties through a lens that is more inclusive of women and members of the LGBTQIA+ communities. Currently, she is working on such titles as Hero By Night, created by DJ Coffman, Gunplay, created by Jorge Vega, and Atlantis Rising and Sleepless, both created by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg."At this inflection point for comic book-grounded narrative, I believe it's so important for diverse, complex and sophisticated storylines to make their way to audiences globally," said Kendall Rosenberg. "Believe me, as a woman and a lesbian, my demographic is incredibly underserved and I am excited and fully appreciate the market opportunity to open up storytelling in ways that mark a new era for character development. I'm not looking to make immature waves and just throw in a female or two, or a queer couple here and there, but to actually see where it makes sense both logistically and culturally while simultaneously enriching the story arc." Rosenberg grew up in Los Angeles. She attended college in Seattle, Washington where she produced and wrote her own play and later produced musicals and cabarets. She then earned her Master of Arts degree, graduating first in her class from Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Now, married, she and her wife live in Los Angeles with their beloved Labrador-mix, Joey.
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