SKYY DMG Names Hernando Diaz
Head of Latin American Operations
Hernando Diaz to oversee Latin America and the Caribbean
for SKYY DMG based out of Bogotá, Colombia
NEW YORK. NY, APRIL 26, 2017 — SKYY Digital Media Group (www.skyydmg.com), a media technology company with one of the world’s largest real-time content aggregation platforms, announced today that it named Hernando Diaz as the Head of Latin American operations.
Juan Carlos Barrera, President of SKYY DMG, said of Mr. Diaz’s appointment, “We’re very excited to have Hernando lead our Latin American operations for SKYY DMG. He has an exceptional track record of growing businesses throughout Latin America and delivering results for industry-leading global brands doing business in the region.”
In this role, Mr. Diaz will oversee sales, account management, and content operations for SKYY DMG’s sports vertical, SPORTTU, working with its telecommunications, media and sports clients in the region.
“In Latin America and abroad, there is an incredible opportunity for telecommunication companies to capitalize on the trend of telco and media industry convergence,” said Mr. Diaz. “I’m looking forward to working with our telco clients to expand their media offering and provide the underserved market of sports fans in Latin America with a content-rich and personalized global sport fan app experience.”
Mr. Diaz is an industry leader with a track record of helping grow and scale companies in the Latin American region, most recently heading up ISI Emerging Markets, a division of Euromoney, where he managed six offices in Latin America and the United States.
Mr. Diaz’s appointment as Head of Latin America is yet another major announcement as SKYY DMG prepares to go live to over 50 million customers across the Americas powered by SPORTTU’s media technology platform.
This past week, SKYY DMG announced its new content operations hub in Mexico following its announcement of its office opening in Brazil in 2016, led by technology and sales veteran Ronaldo Kos (http://corporate.sporttu.com/2016/07/skyy-digital-media-group-appoints-ronaldo-kos-as-country-manager-of-brazil-office/).
About SKYY DIGITAL MEDIA GROUP, Inc.
SKYY Digital Media Group (SKYY DMG) is headquartered in New York City, with global offices in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and India. SKYY DMG empowers businesses with the ability to create personalized and engaging digital content experiences for their customers. The company has created a groundbreaking content technology platform which aggregates and categorizes large amounts of content, provides and social media environment, detailed user analytics and is white labeled for media and telco companies.. SKYY DMG is uniquely positioned to help business partners capitalize on the convergence of the technology, media and telecommunications industries. For more information, please visit www.skyydmg.com.
SPORTTU is a subsidiary of SKYY Digital Media Group and builds the ultimate fan app (mobile and web) experience for telecommunications and media companies, sports teams and leagues, federations, universities, athletes and brands. SPORTTU partners have access to the SPORTTU global sports content engine and unique digital tools which create a comprehensive, customizable and personalized fan experience. For more information on SPORTTU, please visit corporate.sporttu.com
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