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Search Begins For TVNZ Chief Executive

9 December 2005

Search Begins For TVNZ Chief Executive

TVNZ's Board of Directors has appointed the executive search group Signium International to assist with the recruitment of a new Chief Executive for the state broadcaster.

The Board's selection sub-committee considered proposals from a number of firms before settling on Signium, a global group which is represented in Auckland by Executive Search International Ltd.

A broad-based international search has now started, with advertisements for the Chief Executive's position expected to appear in New Zealand print media.

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