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Glen Kyne Joins Mediaworks

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Wednesday 20 August, 2014

GLEN KYNE JOINS MEDIAWORKS

MediaWorks announced today the appointment of Glen Kyne.

Glen will take up his new role in October and will initially work with the TV Sales team, driving innovative client solutions.

Glen has an outstanding media background, and has led commercial strategy in the areas of radio integration, digital and music streaming services. He joins MediaWorks from The Radio Network, where he was Head of Integration.

MediaWorks Commercial Director – Radio & TV, Paul Hancox says: “Glen will be a tremendous asset to the MediaWorks Group and will add considerable value to our clients and brands.”

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