Stewart flying High after Metrodome exit

Joining DVD distributor as head of acquisitions

LONDON -- U.K. indie distribution label Metrodome is losing home entertainment chief Tom Stewart after a five-year run at the company. He is leaving the company to join DVD distributors High Flyers as head of acquisitions.

"Over the last two and a half years as the general manager of the Home Entertainment division, he has played a significant part in the recent success of Metrodome," said Metrodome CEO Peter Urie, adding that he is personally sad about Stewart's exit.

Metrodome recently sold 50.1% of its shares to Romania's Media Pro in a deal valuing the U.K. distributor at $6 million.