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Natasha Dickson to lead TVU Networks sales in southern and central Africa

Natasha Dickson to lead TVU Networks sales in southern and central Africa

Natasha Dickson to lead TVU Networks sales in southern and central Africa

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TVU Networks has expanded its EMEA sales teams with the addition of Natasha Dickson who will lead sales efforts in the southern and eastern part of the African continent. Reporting to Sushant Rai, VP sales, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Dickson brings more than 16 years’ experience in the broadcast and telecommunications industries to the position.

Before joining TVU, Dickson was sales director for SmarDTV, a leading manufacturer of conditional access modules for pay television. Prior to that, she was sales and accounts director at SeaChange International, a leading provider of video delivery software for cloud and on-premise video delivery platforms. She started her broadcast career in monitoring and compliance for South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and leading record labels in South Africa. She later joined the SABC as part of the DTT project task team for digital migration underway in South Africa. She resides in South Africa, Johannesburg.

“I am excited to welcome Natasha to TVU,” said Paul Shen, CEO of TVU Networks. “The breadth of media and broadcast experience she brings to the region will be invaluable in serving the growing needs of our existing customers while also addressing the increased interest in our solutions across Africa. We will continue to bring innovative solutions and services designed to make it easier, faster and more cost-effective for broadcasters to get the content required to create unique and compelling stories and to produce and distribute that content all within a remote production environment.”



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