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Myleeta Aga, BBC Worldwide's GM India, takes on additional role

25-January-2017
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Myleeta Aga, BBC Worldwide's GM India, takes on additional role

Myleeta Aga, BBC Worldwide’s GM India, who is also Content Lead, Asia, has now been tasked with the additional role of helping its South-East Asia business, effective January 2017. She will report to BBC Worldwide Asia EVP David Weiland.

This elevation makes Aga additionally responsible for all of BBC Worldwide's SEA business, including driving Content, Format, and Digital Sales. Along with that, she will also oversee business development of the well-established channels and BBC Player services. Looking after BBC World News distribution interests in the SEA region will also come under her purview.

“I look forward to the challenge of adding SEA to my India responsibilities. We have a great mix of businesses and I am sure working across markets will create exciting new opportunities for BBC in Asia,” commented Aga.

She will work out of BBC's offices in Mumbai and Singapore.

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