Jeff Weber replaced as AT&T’s president of content

Jeff Weber, AT&T

Jeff Weber, AT&T

AT&T has confirmed the replacement of Jeff Weber as president of content and advertising sales, moving him to a special project role and naming Aaron Slator as his successor.

Weber has played a key role in getting the telco’s managed IPTV service ‘U-verse TV’ into millions of US homes. He told the TV Connect conference in London last March how AT&T plans to scale up its TV Everywhere ambitions this year.

Online news source FierceIPTV quotes a company spokesperson as saying: “Aaron Slator has been appointed president, content and advertising sales for AT&T. Slator replaces Jeff Weber, who has assumed a special project role at AT&T.”

AT&T added 232k subscribers for U-verse TV in the first quarter of this year to reach a total of 4.8mn.

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