World citizen and universally loved Elie Wahba is the International TV Distribution Hall of Fame honoree in VideoAge‘s May Studio Issue. Wahba’s TV career spans 53 years, and is still going strong. Based in Sao Paolo, Brazil, he is svp of Latin America-Caribbean at Twentieth Century Fox International Television. And Wahba will be the 10th TV executive to receive such an honor. The previous issues of VideoAge have recognized pioneers such as Alan Silverbach (U.S.), Marcel Vinay Hill Sr. (Mexico), Max Gusberti (Italy), Bruce Gordon (Australia), Herb Lazarus (U.S.), Pedro Leda (Argentina) Cuban-born Armando Nuñez Sr., Reiner Moritz (Germany) and Michael J. Solomon (U.S.). The International TV Distribution Hall of Fame was created by VideoAge to recognize and honor the contributions of pioneers in the international TV distribution business from all over the world who created an industry responsible for the development of television with their creativity, resourcefulness and professionalism.