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TV3 & C4 Head Of Sales Launches Consultancy

TV3 & C4 Head Of Sales Launches Consultancy


Colin Caldwell, MediaWorks TV Director of Sales, has announced he is leaving his role to set up an independent business consultancy.

The business will be launching in the next few weeks and in the meantime Mr Caldwell will be consulting MediaWorks TV in a transition to being fulltime in his new business.

“Colin has steered our TV sales team for nine years,” said MediaWorks TV CEO, Jason Paris.

“He has decided he wants to pursue his own business ideas and interests and we accept and support his decision. I will be working closely with Colin and the team in the weeks ahead as we work to find someone for this key executive role,” Mr Paris said.

“Colin has made a significant contribution to the commercial success of MediaWorks, over the last 18 years, and I thank him for both the long hours and long lunches he has contributed towards that success,” he said.

Colin Caldwell said: “I am excited to be able to set up in business independently, this has been a desire of mine for many years and now it has become a reality. I’m grateful to TV3 for the opportunity they have given me to transition to my own business while continuing to provide services to the company and support my team.”

“It has been a privilege to work for TV3 and I wish the company and all the staff well in the future.”

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