Paul Naha-Biswas
Senior Director
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20 years of experience in media, digital and education spaces
Skills include business planning, transformations, pre-launch set-up, consortia development, commercialising platforms, due diligence and business modelling
W​orked for over 100 media companies across every major continent​
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In an on-demand world, media players need to decide whether they want to be the new aggregators or remain the disaggregated.
Paul Naha-Biswas is a Senior Director and Head of Media with Alvarez & Marsal's corporate practice in London. He brings 20 years of experience in both consulting and management roles within the media, digital and education spaces. His skills include business planning, transformations, pre-launch set-up, consortia development, commercialising platforms, due diligence and business modelling.

He has worked across all sectors of the television industry including production, distribution, news, digital services, facilities, free commercial and public-service broadcasting TV channels and cable and pay-TV channels.  Paul has also advised on a range of platforms in EMEA, Asia-Pac and South America including DTT, DTH, cable, SMATV, fibre, OTT, mobile and traditional fixed-line. He has worked for over 100 media companies across every major continent.

Paul also specialises in the digital media and education sectors.  Immediately prior to joining A&M, Paul co-founded the EdTech start-up Knowledgemotion.  He built up the business from paper concept to the world’s largest clip library for education with two million digital video clips representing 25 content owners including Getty, the BBC, Bloomberg and AP.  Its clients include some of the world's largest and most innovative publishers.

His consulting roles prior to A&M were at media specialists Spectrum Strategy Consultants and ITN Consulting which he co-led. His industry experience includes CEO-reporting roles at FremantleMedia, TVNZ, ITN and New Zealand's national fibre scheme.

Paul earned an MA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Cambridge.

He is a Patron Member of the Royal Television Society and the Founder of the Business of Media sessions at The Club at The Ivy.