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Yellow Announces New Chairman

Yellow Announces New Chairman

Yellow Page Holdings has announced Brett Chenoweth has been appointed to its Board and elected Chairman, replacing Andrew Day.

Mr Chenoweth has significant experience leading media companies as they transform to digital, and Yellow will benefit from his commercial acumen and experience.

He was most recently the Chief Executive Office and Managing Director of APN News and Media Limited, one of Australasia’s largest publically listed media groups.

Mr Chenoweth has more than 20 years’ experience working exclusively in the areas of media, technology, communications and online. He has held senior roles with Telecom New Zealand (including Head of Group Strategy and Mergers & Acquisitions; Head of Australian Consumer Group; Director on a number of TCNZ group company Boards), the Publishing and Broadcasting Limited group (ecorp Ltd and ninemsn Pty Ltd: Head of Business Development) and Village Roadshow Pictures Pty Ltd (General Manager and Vice President).

He has been a director of a number of private and public companies over the past 15 years in the media, telecommunications, technology and entertainment sectors, in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the United States.

The Board Members thanked Mr Day for his three year contribution to Yellow’s on-going digital transformation.

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