News | 05/01/2003 4:00 am EDT
Two senior staff changes have occurred at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB). Richard Matthews has joined the CAB as VP of copyright and legal affairs. Matthews was previously a long-time public servant, eventually serving as directory of copyright and director of broadcasting policy at Canadian Heritage. In another move, Sylvie Courtemanche has left the association after four years. Courtemanche served the CAB as executive VP, policy and regulatory affairs. No replacement has been announced. In the interim, Glenn O’Farrell, Wayne Charman and Richard Cavanagh will manage several priority files. The CAB continues to search for a replacement for David Goldstein, formerly VP of government relations.
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