Felipe Castilho is the new Chief Revenue Officer of FUEL TV

The new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of the FUEL TV channel will manage the channel’s global income, from Portugal, to more than 100 countries. Felipe Castilho, until now in charge of the Affiliates and Ad Sales, has distinguished himself in recent years by leading the negotiations of the main partnerships reached by FUEL TV, and, through this new challenge, he will stimulate, globally, the commercial contact with operators and platforms such as Samsung TV+, LG Channels, Xiaomi and Pluto TV, in order to implement the new channel growth strategies.

Felipe Castilho studied marketing management at ISCTE University, he has a degree in business management at University Ibmec in Rio de Janeiro and before joining the action sports channel in Portugal he was Country Manager and responsible for the launch of the multinational viagogo in Brazil.

“It is with great enthusiasm that I continue this project which, in addition to being incredibly challenging, has proven that FUEL TV remains at the forefront in keeping up with new trends and the rapid transformation of the TV industry as a whole, both on the new business models emerging, as well as the way the channel is watched and our content is consumed by our audience,” said Felipe Castilho. “With an incredible lifestyle culture, brand power in all action sports and an international commercial strategy focused on its audience and partners, working on content in a commercially relevant way will continue to be my absolute focus”.

With this change, FUEL TV, the global home of action sports, intends to capitalize in an even more structured and direct way it relates with all partner brands, developing new business opportunities. With offices in Los Angeles, Miami, São Paulo, Beijing and Melbourne, the channel is managed from Lisbon to more than 100 countries worldwide.

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