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Radioworks Signs Top TRN Sales Manager

Media Release
Monday, 17 December 2007

Radioworks Signs Top TRN Sales Manager

RadioWorks has appointed leading radio sales manager Paul Hancox to the position of General Manager National Sales, based in Auckland.

Mr Hancox has most recently been General Sales Manager at NewstalkZB and Radio Sport in Auckland.

“Paul Hancox commenced work in the radio industry 15 years ago, originally starting with us as a producer on the successful More FM breakfast show in Christchurch,” said RadioWorks Chief Operating Officer, Sussan Turner.

“Subsequently, he has had significant sales experience, and has been very successful in a variety of sales roles at The Radio Network. We are delighted to have Paul back in the RadioWorks’ family, and know he will fit our culture really well.

“This key role of General Manager National Sales is ideally suited to Paul’s strengths, and it is excellent news for both us and our clients to have Paul leading this key team of people,” Ms Turner said.

Paul Hancox is pleased to take up the new role and commented: “This is a tremendously exciting move for me, returning to the organisation I started in radio with 15 years ago – this time in a senior management position. RadioWorks is a successful and go-ahead Company, and I’m looking forward to starting in the role.”

Mr Hancox commences his role in 2008.

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