Warner Bros. Discovery has announced key leadership changes for India and Korea.
Megha Tata has stepped down as Managing Director, South Asia at Discovery Communications India after a stint of over 3 years. Arjun Nohwar has been named the General Manager, India.
Nohwar was previously responsible for the launch of HBO Max in India. He brings a digital experience that will help prepare the company for the next phase of growth.
Shonali Bedi will lead Affiliate Distribution and Digital Partnerships for Southeast Asia, while she continues to head Business Development and Insights regionwide.
Jeeyoung Lee was named General Manager Korea. In her tenure at Discovery, she helped to build a strong production unit that will be a fundamental pillar of future strategy in Korea. Cindy Ma will lead affiliate distribution and advertising sales for Taiwan.
Yasmin Zahid has been synonymous with HBO/WarnerMedia affiliate distribution for the past 3 decades and will move on from the company following a transition period.
Lynn Ng will head Factual & Lifestyle whilst she continues her current role for Content Ops for the wider region. Magdalene Ew will continue to head entertainment. Christopher Ho will head Kids.
Kurt Rieder will continue to lead Theatrical Distribution as well as being part of the International Theatrical operations headed by Andrew Cripps. Jae Chang will continue to lead TV Distribution and Home Entertainment. Vikram Sharma will lead Consumer Products Licensing, while he continues to oversee Advertising Sales for Southeast Asia.
Jason Monteiro will head an Integrated Marketing team across INSEAK in addition to his coordination role for streaming services. He will manage Marketing and Creatives Services across all lines of business, while working closely with the D2C marketing team.
Athreyan ‘Auto’ Sundararajan, Vice President Group Marketing – India South East Asia and South Korea will also be departing from the company.