Change at top of Liberty Village signals new directions for new media organization
News | 07/10/2002 4:00 am EDT
Controversy surrounds the announcement that Kathrine Brown is set to leave the helm of Toronto’s Liberty Village New Media Centre (LVNMC) several months in advance of the end of her contract. Brown will be replaced by well-known new media entrepreneur Julian Wharton, founder of QEDMedia, who takes over this week. Rumours of a board ouster, however, are false, and Brown’s early leave is the result of a mutual decision between herself and the board of directors, say several people close to the situation.
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