Chellomedia's Habdank moves to Virgin Media

LONDON - Virgin Media has appointed Aleks Habdank as director of its on-demand TV services.

Habdank joins from pay-TV content company, Chellomedia, where he was general manager of Chello-on-demand.

In his new role, he will be responsible for the commercial management of company's on-demand TV service.

During his nine years at Chellomedia, Habdank also held several non-executive roles with CTAM Europe, Anytime PTE and an advisory role with African Trumpet Telecommunications Nigeria.

He previously worked for NTL and Zone Vision Group.

 

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