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LTN Global appoints Catherine Gonzalez Pack as SVP of Operations

Columbia, MD., March 8th, 2022 — LTN Global, the industry leader in transformative media technology and video transport solutions, announces it has appointed Catherine Gonzalez Pack as Senior Vice President of Operations.

Catherine brings more than 20 years of broadcast operations experience to LTN. In her previous roles at DIRECTV and AT&T, Catherine successfully led sports and special events operations, driving excellence and inspiring innovation in sports broadcasting through integrated strategy and creativity.

Catherine will be building and maintaining senior-level relationships in the media industry. Her strategic vision and expertise in leadership and communications will see her at the forefront of LTN’s customer touchpoints. Catherine’s addition to the LTN team deepens the company’s commitment and focus on providing customer-centric solutions, support and operational excellence.

Speaking on Catherine’s appointment, LTN Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Malik Khan, said: “The digital revolution we’re experiencing in the sports and entertainment industry brings both exciting opportunities and complex challenges for media organizations. LTN is at the forefront of this paradigm shift, so we’re excited for Catherine to help us lead the charge. Catherine has a wealth of outstanding industry experience and will be crucial in assisting LTN’s customers as they navigate a new era in broadcasting.

Catherine Gonzalez Pack added: “I am delighted to be joining the LTN team as its new SVP of Operations. I am deeply passionate about sports broadcasting and the constantly evolving media landscape. I’m looking forward to working closely with the LTN team and its market-leading media customers to continue to drive the innovations that shape our industry’s future.”

An alumna of California State University, Catherine graduated with a BA in Television and Film. She has been recognized for her efforts in the sports broadcasting space, receiving The George Wensel Technical Achievement Award at the 2016 Sports Emmys.