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Corporate Affairs Appointment By Mediaworks NZ Limited

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Corporate Affairs Appointment By Mediaworks Nz Limited

One of New Zealand’s most experienced communications professionals this week joined the MediaWorks’ team to work on corporate affairs and public relations

MediaWorks’ Group Managing Director Sussan Turner said Greg Shand would start on September 5.

"I think MediaWorks will be well served in its various key marketplaces by having someone of Greg’s considerable experience in business, government and media to help us build even stronger relationships with all our key stakeholders and audiences."

“Greg has the professional background we have been looking for in a new communications partner and will help to further promote the integrity and credibility of MediaWorks radio, online and television assets.” she said.

Greg Shand has an extensive media background. Having worked as a journalist and Political Editor for the NZ Herald and Auckland and Sunday Star newspapers. More recently he has been engaged with corporate public affairs as a principal and Managing Director of Baldwin Boyle Group, who advise a number of NZ, Australian and global companies.

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