Andy Kaplan named Chairman of new India subsidiary of QYOU Media

Earlier this year, Kaplan left Sony Pictures after 16 years, having led its television networks, which included Sony Pictures Networks India

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Jul 25, 2018 3:49 PM

Former Sony executive Andy Kaplan has joined the board of directors as chairman of QYOU Media, the localized content arm of digital-first media channel, say reports. 

Kaplan, who left Sony earlier this year, will use his experience in television networks to develop QYOU India into a content destination for audiences. He will also be handed the task of taking on an observer position on the parent company’s board to develop its brand globally.
He left his role at Sony Pictures after 16 years, having led its television networks, which included Sony Pictures Networks India.

"Digital-first video content and mobile video consumption are shaking up the entire TV ecosystem due to huge demand from millennial and generation Z audiences. India boasts a highly developed TV market and upwardly mobile audience, with viewers showing a huge appetite for new and exciting types of content. In just a few short years, QYOU Media has made inroads into the Indian market to become a go-to destination for digital-first content for TV audiences, forging relationships with some of the major TV providers. I am delighted to have the opportunity to support QYOU India to continue this success and replicate it in other fast-growth markets," said Kaplan in certain sections of media.

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