MTS appoints new VP for Media

Tuesday 10 September 2019 | 19:25 CET | News

Russian mobile operator MTS has appointed Igor Mishin the vice-president overseeing the group’s media development. 

Mishin is a known Russian producer and media personality. Over the past decade, he has produced popular TV shows and award-winning films. In addition, from 2014–2016 he served as the CEO of TNT, one of Russia’s most-watched TV networks. He earlier worked as president of A-One Concept Media, general producer for TV Service CJSC (Muz-TV music channel) and as CEO of Amedia. 

Mishin played an active role in the launch of several major Russian media projects. He also regularly contributes to training workshops to help mentor the industry’s next generation of up-and-coming talent. His memberships and titles include Vice President of the Russian Academy of Television; Member of the European Film Academy; Science & Technology Laureate of the Russian Federation; and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Outdoor Film Festival, the world’s largest open-sky movie watching event. He holds a degree in Sociology from Ural State University.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MTS
Countries: Russian Federation
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