Hires, Promotions at Reverb Publishing
Reverb Publishing, a dedicated digital publisher announced several new hires.
Having published the multi-million selling Dungeon Defenders as well as the recently-launched Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad and JAM Live Music Arcade, Reverb Publishing has a full docket of titles slated for release later this year and into early 2013, including Primal Carnage, Sanctum 2, Black Knight Sword, Beatbuddy, and much more.
Reverb has promoted Jerry Whitehead III to director of public relations. Having been with Reverb Publishing since its inception in 2010 and with Reverb Communications since 2007, he now oversees all communications efforts and campaigns for each published title.
Reverb Publishing also added the following staff members. Steven Hopper, senior public relations manager joins the company with 11 years of experience as a journalist with a focus on the gaming industry, producing and overseeing content for publications such as GameZone, the Idaho Press Tribune, and most recently, serving as the executive editor of IGN’s Xbox 360 channel.
Balázs Horváth, senior producer, joins the company after entering the game industry in 2008 by setting up his own game studio. He soon joined Digital Reality where he led the publishing arm to bring multiple titles to market.
Scott Jenkins, creative director, previously served as creative director for Acclaim Entertainment. Most recently, he served as vice-president of creative for SouthPeak Games.
Tim Page, vice-president of sales, has held various sales and sales management positions with Criterion Software (a subsidiary of Electronic Arts) and Emergent Game Technologies. He started his own sales and business development firm in 2009.