The Motion Picture Association of America has appointed Diane Strahan, a former senior vice president at Neustar, to serve as chief operating officer. will be the new chief operating officer, The Hill newspaper reports.
According to The Hill newspaper, Strahan succeeds Bob Pisano, who left the trade group in September 2011.
She will be responsible for operations and staff oversight at the MPAA, which represents several motion picture studios, Jennifer Martinez writes.
MPAA CEO Chris Dodd said Strahan joins the association at a time when the movie and TV industry adapts to a new era of technology, innovation, industry alliances and audience engagement.
Strahan served as Neustar’s SVP of mobile and Internet registry services and also held executive roles at TechnoServe and AOL, according to The Hill.