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Crossings TV annouces New President/COO


SACRAMENTO, CA (Thursday, October 27th, 2016) – Crossings TV announced today that on November 1st, 2016, Paul Fisher will step down as Crossings TV’s President/COO. Mr. Fisher will remain as a board member and, on a semi-retired, part-time basis, will continue to provide services both internal and external to Crossings TV. Frank, Washington, CEO of Crossings TV, said, “We’d like to thank Paul for all of his contributions and commitment to this company, its mission, personnel, partners, and stakeholders since the network’s inception, 12 years ago.”

Mr. Fisher will be succeeded by Daniel Sakaya, currently Crossings TV’s Vice-President of Marketing. In his new role as President/COO, Mr. Sakaya will maintain oversight and management of the marketing and sales departments while undertaking management of day to day operations. On Mr. Sakaya’s new appointment, Mr. Washington said “Daniel is the right person at the right time in the company’s growth to build upon the work accomplished to this point. His experience and skill set are greatly enhanced by his fearless ability to face the facts and find creative ways to work to the optimal outcomes.”
Mr. Sakaya has been with Crossings TV for nearly 4 years in a variety of marketing and sales functions. His background ranges from an early career entrepreneurial start-up in hospitality to working with small, mid-sized, and Fortune 500 companies on innovation design, corporate strategy development, and branding initiatives. Mr. Sakaya holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame.

ABOUT CROSSINGS TV: Crossings TV leverages its multiple media platforms, including a cable television network (carried on Comcast’s Xfinity TV in San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, and California’s Central Valley, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, and Charter Cable in New York City), various digital platforms, and a unique grassroots approach, to provide information, news, and entertainment to the local Asian communities in its markets. For more information, visit

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