Murphy to step down as Sky's Director Entertainment Channels

Friday 16 October 2015 | 13:26 CET | News
Sky has announced that Stuart Murphy, Director Entertainment Channels, has decided to step down from his role in order to pursue other opportunities. In his six-and-a-half years with Sky, Murphy has overseen the expansion of the portfolio of Sky entertainment channels including Sky 1, Sky Atlantic. Sky Arts and Sky Living. He developed the team responsible for multi-award winning content from 'A League Of Their Own', 'An Idiot Abroad', 'David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive' and 'Fortitude', to the upcoming 'Fungus The Bogeyman'.

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