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McCabe bids adieu to Canada’s broadcast lobby association after 13 years at helm

News | 05/10/2001 4:00 am EDT

Michael McCabe, CEO and president the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), is leaving the organization after 13 years to look for a part-time job in the public policy area. McCabe’s resignation takes effect Nov. 9, after the CAB’s annual convention, running Oct. 28 – 30 in Ottawa. He had three option years on his third five-year contract with the CAB, and had completed the first option year. He decided to opt out of the next two. The contract also contains a clause that would allow McCabe to continue on as a part-time special advisor to the association, but he says that would depend upon what the new president wants.

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