Relativity Media announced Wednesday that Andrew W. Levin has joined the company as president and chief legal officer.
Levin will oversee all of the company’s legal and human resources activities and report directly to Chairman and CEO Ryan Kavanaugh, Relativity said in a statement.
“Andy is an accomplished attorney and senior strategist with an outstanding track record,” said Kavanaugh. “I am thrilled that he is joining the Relativity leadership team and look forward to working closely with him as we emerge from chapter 11 with an incredibly strong collection of assets including film, scripted television, digital, branded entertainment, music and sports.”
The statement said Relativity Studios, the company’s largest division, has produced, distributed or structured financing for more than 200 motion pictures, generating more than $17 billion in worldwide box-office revenue and earning 60 Oscar nominations.
Levin previously was senior vice president of government affairs for T- Mobile USA, leading the company’s legislative and regulatory affairs functions at the federal and state levels, a statement said. He’s also served as a senior communications and technology counsel to the U.S. House Energy Committee in Washington, DC.
He earned his law degree at George Mason University School of Law and his bachelor’s degree at George Washington University. His appointment takes immediate effect, the statement said.
—City News Service