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Nickelodeon’s Mooney joins The Cartel

US management and production firm The Cartel has hired veteran kids and family executive Kimberley Mooney from Nickelodeon.

Kimberley Mooney

Mooney was senior director of animation development at the ViacomCBS-owned children’s company.

At The Cartel, Mooney will serve as a manager in its kids and family department and report to partner and manager Bradford Bricken, who oversees the division.

Prior to her time at Nickelodeon, she spent 10 years at Disney, finishing her tenure as a manager of development, where she helped develop series such as Tron: Uprising, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, Star vs the Forces of Evil, Gravity Falls, DuckTales, Tangled and Big City Greens.

The hire comes after The Cartel last year partnered with former Netflix and Nickelodeon executive Jenna Boyd to launch Field Day Entertainment, a talent-centric production company that focuses on creating premium kids and family content for streaming platforms.

The Cartel has produced and financed more than 100 movies and series over the past decade, including the animated series Twelve Forever for Netflix. It currently produces Creepshow for AMC’s horror streaming platform Shudder and Syfy’s 10-episode series Day of the Dead.

It was founded in 2011 and is run by partners Bricken, Stan Spry, Jeff Holland, Evan Corday, Geoff Silverman and Eric Woods.

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