Otto Radio hires programming exec

Reenita Malhotra HoraPersonalized streaming audio company Otto Radio has hired Reenita Malhotra Hora as its VP of programming and audience development. Hora will be responsible for leading Otto’s curation and creation of spoken-word audio content. Otto’s service delivers audio programming customized to each listener’s specific interests.

Before joining Otto, Hora was a reporter and producer for Bloomberg Radio. She also anchored and produced a show for Hong Kong’s public radio station, which won a gold award at the New York Festivals’ International Radio Programming awards.

“We’re thrilled to add a world-class writer and radio producer like Reenita to Otto Radio’s growing content team,” CEO and Co-founder Stanley Yuan said. “Reenita’s tremendous experience in radio will help us identify and execute the best spoken-word audio listening experience for a multitude of use cases and enhance the everyday listening experience for our community around the globe.”

“I’m excited to combine my passions for media and technology with a fast-growing consumer platform like Otto Radio,” said Hora. “We look forward to building out the premium audio content category with differentiated experiences and partnering with top-tier publishers that improve how listeners everywhere discover and enjoy new content.”

Anna Washenko


  1. Thanks on your marvelous posting! I genuinely enjoyed reading it, you’re a great
    author.I will make certain to bookmark your blog and may
    come back very soon. I want to encourage continue your great posts, have a nice afternoon!

  2. Thank you for writing this awesome article. I’m a long time reader but I’ve never been compelled to leave a comment.
    I subscribed to your blog and shared this on my Twitter.
    Thanks again for a great article!

  3. We will provide a short list of handmade decor and gift ideas as we continue to approach the
    holidays. Unlike today’s Fusion reactors, the only waste from a Fission reactor is helium.
    That means a lot of organic products does not cause permanent damage to people or pets, if
    they are accidentally digested.

  4. The tranquility you may experience over
    here is unmatched for when you compare it with the hustle and busy life
    of the suburbs in Mumbai. Since many of the furniture is made of recycled materials, these can be recycled as well.
    There are different types of carpets based on the stuff which it is made from.

Comments are closed.