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Former MTV chairman joins Mind Candy board

Bill Roedy takes on the position of non-exec director for the Moshi Monsters firm.
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Former MTV Networks International CEO and chairman Bill Roedy has joined the board of Mind Candy.

He assumes the position of non-exec director for the Moshi Monsters company.

Under Roedy's leadership, MTV developed a global operation that now includes 200 channels in over 200 countries and 33 languages.

Michael Acton Smith, CEO of Mind Candy, said: “It’s an honour to have Bill join us here at Mind Candy. He is a fantastic businessman with a fascinating story. We look forward to benefiting from his rich and varied experience as we expand into many new areas of the entertainment industry.”

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