Petr Dvorak, senior VP, broadcasting at Warner Bros.-backed broadcast group CME, has resigned.
Dvorak, previously a general director of CME’s flagship station TV Nova in the Czech Republic, gave no specific indication of his next move.
He will be replaced by Anthony Chhoy, currently CME’s vice president, strategic planning and operations. CME also said Jan Andrusko will serve as the new CEO of its Czech operations, which fall under the CET 21 banner.
Dvorak has only been in the SVP, broadcasting, role since last December. The role tasked him with overseeing programming , news, sales, channels and acquisitions activity across all of the markets in which CME operates. Prior to that he a was CEO of CET 21.
“Working for CME for the last five years has been an amazing experience, but it is time for me to change direction,” Dvorak said. “I am looking forward to developing a number of new business opportunities.”