Belltower Entertainment CEO Resigns and Moves to VP, Production

Belltower Entertainment announced that Nina Yang has resigned as CEO and has been appointed to the position of Vice President of Production.

Yang will oversee all aspects of the company’s independent film production division, according to officials.

According to company officials, Yang entered the entertainment industry in 1998 as a Production Executive for the CBS television series “Martial Law”, starring Sammo Hung, while working as a Senior marketing & media research analyst for Warner Bros. Studios. She was a Development Executive on Jackie Chan’s “Super Cop” and “Rumble in The Bronx”, as well as Production Manager on “Flatland” with legendary Hollywood Producer Albert S. Ruddy (The Godfather, Million Dollar Baby).

Company Founder and Chairman Donald K. Bell will serve as CEO on an interim basis while the company interviews potential candidates for the position. The company has been engaged in on-going negotiations as it prepares to expand its operations into commercial production and direct response television
in an effort to diversify and increase Belltower’s potential revenue streams.

Belltower Entertainment Corp. is a fully integrated film entertainment company.

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