Par vet plays a Vital role

Guider, Elizabeth
June 2005
Daily Variety;6/1/2005, Vol. 287 Issue 43, p34
Trade Publication
This article reports that Jack Waterman, the former president of Paramount Worldwide Pay Television, has joined VitalStream, a streaming media solutions and content delivery provider, as its chief executive officer. Waterman will assume his new position today and also become a director of the company. Before joining VitalStream, Waterman held senior posts during his 22-year career at Paramount Pictures. He served for more than a decade as president of worldwide pay TV, where he oversaw international channels, pay-per-view, video-on-demand and airline and hotel sales.


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