Tuesday 1st December 2020
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Sky Network Television Ltd Chair Philip Bowman today announced the company’s Chief Executive Martin Stewart is leaving the Company to return home to Europe.
“Since joining Sky in February 2019, Martin has led a successful turnaround and the Board acknowledges his significant contribution,” Mr Bowman says.
Martin will be available to assist Sky as needed over the next three months to ensure an orderly handover and transition. Martin’s departure has accelerated the company’s succession planning process and Sophie Moloney, Sky’s current Chief Commercial Officer, has been appointed Chief Executive, effective immediately.
Sophie is the first woman to be appointed to the position in Sky’s history.
“Sophie’s recent achievements include securing the commercial agreement with Spark to secure Rugby World Cup Rights for pubs and clubs around New Zealand, leading the team that secured New Zealand Rugby and SANZAAR rights, negotiating the new Optus satellite agreement and spearheading Sky’s purchase of entertainment streaming service Lightbox.”
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