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Prime Appoints Communications Manager

Prime Appoints Communications Manager

Prime TV CEO Chris Taylor today announced the appointment of Martine Buchter to the newly created position of Communications Manager.

In her role Martine will oversee all of Prime’s Publicity and Marketing platforms. The development of existing relationships and the creation of new opportunities within the New Zealand marketplace will also form part of her portfolio.

Martine’s most recent role was the establishment of Max Markson’s ‘International Events and Speakers Company’ in New Zealand, which successfully facilitated, among other high profile events, former US President Bill Clinton’s tour of New Zealand.

In accepting her appointment Martine says, “I am looking forward to contributing to the continued success of Prime TV. The TV Industry in New Zealand is experiencing exciting times and I feel privileged to be joining New Zealand’s fastest growing TV Network.”

Prime TV CEO Chris Taylor says of Martine’s appointment, “Communications is a vital part of our business and we are delighted to have someone of Martine’s skill and enthusiasm to drive this important area.”

Martine will take up her new position in early June.

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