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TVNZ Appoints Expat Kiwi To Top Marketing Job

11 January, 2006

TVNZ Appoints Expat Kiwi To Top Marketing Job

TVNZ's Assistant Chief Executive, Stephen Smith, is delighted to announce the appointment of Jason Paris as the broadcaster's new Head of Marketing.

Mr Paris, a New Zealander currently based in London, will be joining TVNZ from his position as Senior Manager responsible for Marketing with Nokia (United Kingdom).

He is returning to New Zealand after several years in the UK, where he worked for DDB International as European Account Director for Dell computers and Anheuser Busch, as well as for Nokia.

In New Zealand, Mr Paris was Marketing Manager for McDonald's Restaurants.

He will be joining TVNZ at the beginning of March.

Stephen Smith said Mr Paris' experience in high profile companies and future-focussed communications has positioned him extremely well to address TVNZ's particular challenges and opportunities.


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