Turner APAC president/MD steps down

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Farewell to Steve Marcopoto.
Farewell to Steve Marcopoto.

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Steve Marcopoto has announced that he will step down as president and managing director, Turner International Asia Pacific, at the end of his contract this December. He will remain as a senior advisor to Turner International president Gerhard Zeiler, to ensure a seamless transition and provide continuity on current new initiatives.

Gerhard Zeiler, president Turner Broadcasting System International said: “I thank Steve for his outstanding achievements in his 15 years with Turner Broadcasting. Steve has guided Turner Asia Pacific through a period of rapid change. Under his exceptional leadership Turner went from broadcasting two networks in the region to 36 channels today along with a vast variety of digital and
off-channel commerce activities. In an increasingly competitive environment, he has maintained our leadership position in news and kids channels, forged entry into new territories and built great partnerships.”

Steve Marcopoto said: "Turner is poised for a great run and now is the best moment for the company to put a fresh set of hands in charge. I am very proud of the growth of our business while I’ve had the privilege of holding this role. I want to deeply thank each member on the team that has made all this happen while maintaining a high-spirited culture of collaboration, innovation and optimism. It feels right to initiate the handover now as I complete 15 years in this job, and I intend to hand over Turner Asia Pacific to my successor in an optimal state.”

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