Sling founders head for the exits

February 2009
CED;Feb2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the resignation of Blake Krikorian and Jason Krikorian, two top executives of SIIng Media Entertainment Group, after EchoStar bought the company in the U.S. Blake Krikorian was the company's chief executive officer (CEO), while his brother Jason was the company's senior vice president for business development. EchoStar bought the company for $380 million.


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