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NewBay Expands European Presence

Clark returns to Radio World; sales structure is reorganized

Radio World publisher NewBay Media announced several editorial and sales staff changes in Europe.

Marguerite Clark rejoins the company as editor-in-chief of Radio World International and executive editor of TV Technology Europe. She worked in public relations for Wall Street Communications; prior to that she was editor of Radio World International for 12 years.

Based in Paris, she will report to Paul McLane, broadcast editorial director of the Broadcast & Video group, and will work with TV Technology Europe Associate Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Mark Hallinger and Radio World International Publisher Raffaella Calabrese.

“Marguerite Clark is a veteran of the international broadcast scene, a multi-lingual communications professional with ‘feet on the ground’ in Paris,” McLane said in the announcement. “She will help Radio World, TV Technology and our advertisers further serve broadcast radio managers and engineers in Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and Canada.”

The company also announced two hires in Europe and a reorganization of its European sales structure.

Graham Kirk, formerly European sales manager of Audio Media, has been promoted to European sales director of Audio Media, TV Technology, Government Video, Digital Video, CreativePlanetNetwork and the NAB Show Daily News.

He’ll work with Bob Kennedy, European sales manager of TV Technology, and new hire Lenette Howard, who will have sales responsibility for Audio Media, TV Technology and all video brands.Kirk reports to Eric Trabb, VP/group publisher of the Broadcast & Video Group.

Howard, based in Bexley, U.K., most recently was the media/advertising sales manager of BTC Ltd.

NewBay Executive VP Carmel King said the changes in the company’s Broadcast & Video Group are a reflection of NewBay’s growth not only through acquisitions but through investment in its existing publications.

“Our European business is well established,” King said, through TV Technology Europe, Radio World International and Audio Media, supported by publishing bases in England and Italy. “We see more opportunity in the region and we are committed to building further here.”