ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Ray Milius was promoted to Executive Vice President, Programming and IT Operations, at Starz, announced Starz President, Glenn Curtis. Based in the company's Englewood, Colo. headquarters, Milius and his team are responsible for the management of broadcast operations, post-production, engineering, transmission, media encoding, information technologies and the respective STARZ, ENCORE, and MOVIEPLEX ON DEMAND and PLAY services, and implementing technological growth and change.
"I am very pleased to congratulate Ray on this well-deserved promotion," said Curtis. "Ray's experience and leadership in operations and broadcast technologies has served Starz well. We look to Ray and his team to continue to innovate during these exciting times in premium pay TV and at Starz. Under Ray's stewardship, Starz will continue to be a leader in the marketplace and deliver a truly premium experience for our distributors and subscribers."
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