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December 4, 2009

BSkyB exec takes over Sky in Germany

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by David Allen

The chief executive of Sky Deutschland, Mark Williams is to stand down from his position at the end of March 2010.

The reason given for this surprising announcement is personal issues, according to a company spokesperson.

The German pay TV satellite broadcaster has named the BSkyB executive, Brian Sullivan as the successor to Mark Williams.

Brian Sullivan is currently the managing director of Sky’s Customer Group where he took responsibility for sales, marketing, customer care, and product & pricing strategies.

According to a company statement, Brian Sullivan will take on the role of deputy chief executive on the 1st January with a view to taking on the role full time in April.

News Corp owns nearly forty per cent of the loss making satellite broadcaster, which recently underwent rebranding to fall in line with Sky’s European operations.

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