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Programming Executive Change for TV3

Media Release
For Immediate Release
Tuesday, 2 May 2006

Programming Executive Change for TV3

TV3’s Director of Programming, Beverley McGarvey, is leaving her current role at the end of June to join sister company, Australia’s Network TEN in a senior programming role.

Ms McGarvey, formerly of TV3 Ireland, has been with TV3 New Zealand for just under two years.

Associate Director of Programming, Kelly Martin has been appointed to the Director of Programming role, effective 8 May 2006.

“While we are sorry to be losing Beverley, TV3 is performing exceptionally well and it will be a natural transition to Kelly in the top role,” said TVWorks Chief Operating Officer, Rick Friesen.

“Kelly has worked in the television industry for nearly 20 years and her experience, combined with both strategic and creative skills, makes her an ideal choice for this important role,” he said.

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