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MediaWorks TV appoints GM Regional Sales

MediaWorks TV has appointed Terry Fergusson to the position of General Manager – Regional Sales.

Mr Fergusson takes up the role vacated by Graeme Underwood, who was recently promoted to General Manager – National Sales.

Announcing his appointment, Director of Sales, Linda Farrelly said she was delighted at the appointment of Mr Fergusson.

“Terry has gained valuable management experience since previously working for Mediaworks TV. We are thrilled that he can now return in this management position,” she says.

“The already successful and capable regional agency and direct sales teams will benefit greatly from his expertise and plans to further develop the regional sales department. “

Mr Fergusson comments: “With the product, the people and the management team I will be working alongside, this will prove to be a challenging, exciting and rewarding time to rejoin the MediaWorks team.”

The appointment is effective from Tuesday 16th November.

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