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Another WWE Executive Leaves The Company This Week

Another WWE Executive Leaves The Company This Week

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Another WWE Network executive has departed.

Amanda Tustian, who had been working as WWE’s Director of OTT (Over The Top) Content Operations, left the company earlier today, according to PWInsider. Reasons for her departure were not given.

Tustian joined the company at the creative end of the company in 2010 before moving on to the role of coordinator for talent development. She left as the Manager of WWE Network Operations in 2015 and was involved in the development, curation and distribution of all WWE Network content as well as marketing and promotional materials.

Tustian moved into his role as Director of OTT Content Operations in September 2020. In that role, he led all network operations, scheduling, and execution for both the linear and video-on-demand components of the WWE Network.

Amanda Tustian's LinkedIn page states:
Oversee WWEN operations and scheduling teams and execution of responsibilities including VOD and linear aspects.

Influence the development and execution of all international WWEN partnerships ensuring delivery of daily, weekly, and monthly content requirements.

Identify, develop and streamline WWEN Content delivery workflows to ensure maximum efficiency

Liaise with multiple offices to grow and improve processes, productivity, and efficiency across teams. Including data management and content delivery system upgrades, changes, and improvements.

Successfully oversaw the launch of WWE & Peacock content partnership, ensuring 14K+ hours of content and metadata were delivered for launch within 6 months. Manage all ongoing deliveries, live events and problem solving.
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