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Finn Batato

Key Account Manager

ARBOmedia AG

Email: f***@***.net

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Chief Marketing Officer

Megaupload


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School of Governance

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Henkel KGaA

Member of the Executive Board


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www.european-tv-dialogue.com

Finn Batato is Managing Director of the airtime sales house ARBOmedia Deutschland.
After an apprenticeship as advertising manager and studies at the Bavarian Academy of Advertising, he started his career as sales manager and later sales director at United Screens, before moving to Smart TV Networks. In 2005 he joined ARBOmedia Deutschland as a key account manager and was promoted managing director after seven months. Prof. Dr. Kurt Biedenkopf was Minister-President of the Free State of Saxony, Germany from 1990 to 2002. Since 2003 he is Trustee of the School of Governance in Berlin and also practicing law in Dresden since 2004. After his studies of Liberal Arts, Economics and Law in the USA and Germany he worked in the 1960s at the University of Bochum, first as full professor, then three years as dean of the Law faculty and three years as president of the university. From 1971 to 1973 he was member of the executive board of Henkel KGaA, Düsseldorf. In 1973 he became deputy chairman of the German political party CDU, was since 1983 member of the board of the CDU, from 1980 to 1988 member of the State Parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia and from 1987 to 1990 member of the Bundestag. He was granted honors as Doctor honoris causa from Davidson College, Davidson N.C., Georgetown University, Washington D.C., New School for Social Research, New York City and from the Catholic University of Brussels, Belgium.


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Finn Batato (31) is the new Managing Director of the ARBOmedia Deutschland GmbH, the German office of the international ad sales house.In his last function, Batato was Sales Director of Smart TV-Network.During his business career, he was among others responsible for the national sales of UnitedScreens Media AG.„We are glad to have a designated sales specialist with Mr. Batato on board.He will lead ARBOmedia to extend its activities in the TV area, but also in other media segments on the German market.


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Megaupload Case Takes Toll on Finn Batato, But He'll Keep Fighting
Finn Batato was Megaupload's advertising manager, but today he's facing extradition to the US and potentially decades in jail. After spending his savings fighting his case, he's now trying to save his marriage while conducting his own defense.


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Megaupload Case Takes Toll on Finn Batato, But He'll Keep Fighting
28/02/2017 afeat, Finn Batato, ... #afeat, #Finn Batato, #News, ... Former site advertising manager Finn Batato, whose name headlines the entire case (US v. Finn Batato) has been a little more vocal though, and from recent comments we learn that the US prosecution is taking its toll. Seven years ago before the raid, Batato was riding the crest of a wave as Megaupload's CMO. While still involved with Mega, the new file-sharing site that Dotcom founded and then left after what appears to be an acrimonious split, Batato is reportedly feeling the pressure. According to Batato, he's now living in someone else's house, something he hasn't done "for 25 years. Batato met wife Anastasia back in 2012, not long after the raid and while he was still under house arrest. The pair married in 2015 and have two children, Leo and Oskar. "The constant pressure over your head - not knowing what is there to come, is very hard, very tough," Batato said in an earlier interview with NZHerald. Since then, Batato has been busy. While working as Mega's Chief Marketing Officer, the German citizen has been learning about the law. He's had to. Unlike Dotcom who can retain the best lawyers in the game, Batato says he has few resources. What savings he had were seized on the orders of the United States in Hong Kong back in 2012, and he previously admitted to having to check his bank account before buying groceries. As a result he's been conducting his own legal defense for almost two years. In 2015 he reportedly received praise while doing so, with lawyers appearing for his co-defendants commending him when he stood up to argue a point during a Megaupload hearing. "I was kind of proud about that," he said. Like Dotcom (with whom he claims to be on "good terms"), Batato insists that he's done nothing wrong. He shares his former colleague's optimism that he won't be extradited and will take his case to the Supreme Court, should all else fail. That may be necessary. Last week, the New Zealand High Court determined that Batato and his co-defendants can be extradited to the US, albeit not on copyright grounds. Justice Murray Gilbert agreed with the US Government's position that their case has fraud at its core, an extraditable offense. In the short term, the case is expected to move to the Court of Appeal and, depending on the outcome there, potentially to the Supreme Court. Either way, this case still has years to run with plenty more legal appearances for Batato. Finn Batato


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Megaupload Case Takes Toll on Finn Batato, But He'll Keep Fighting
Finn Batato was Megaupload's advertising manager, but today he's facing extradition to the US and potentially decades in jail. After spending his savings fighting his case, he's now trying to save his marriage while conducting his own defense.


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