LONDONMTV Intl.’s senior VP of content and programming David Booth is to leave the cable web after five years. Booth, who has been working with U.K. shingles to discover shows that can air in the U.S. and globally, is to remain at MTV Intl. until the New Year. Booth joined the Viacom-owned outfit as VP of programming for MTV UK in 2007 from Virgin Media TV, and assumed his current role in 2010.
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