Millichip joins Sky Vision

Jane Millichip (pictured), most recently managing director at Zodiak Rights, has joined the producer-distributor as director of sales and global brands.
January 24, 2013

Jane Millichip (pictured), most recently managing director at Zodiak Rights, has joined Sky Vision as director of sales and global brands.

Millichip will remain with Zodiak Rights until the end of this month. Her departure from the company was announced in November of last year.

At Sky Vision, Millichip will be tasked with guiding the growth strategy of the company as it expands its business to new genres and platforms. She will report directly to Carl Hall, Sky Vision’s managing director, and will be part of the company’s senior management team.

Her position also gives her responsibility for all revenue-generating areas of global distribution for the group, including coproduction, digital media, theatrical, licensing, merchandising and publishing.

“Carl and the management team at Sky Vision have very ambitious plans for the business,” said Millichip in a statement. “I am thrilled to be joining the company at such an exciting time and look forward to being at the helm of one of the most creative and innovative businesses in the industry.”

“Jane will be a fundamental cornerstone in the evolution of Sky Vision as it expands into new genres, new territories and new areas of business growth,” said Hall of the appointment.


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