Kelly Beaton, VP of communications at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, is leaving the organization to take the job of senior policy analyst at the sound recording branch at Canadian Heritage. The CAB announced its new board members for 2003-04 at its annual convention in Quebec City. The executive consists of Alain Gourd (joint chair), Paul Robertson (past chair), Rob Braide (chair, radio), Bob Templeton (vice-chair, radio), John Burgis (chair, television), Jay Switzer (vice-chair, television), Peter Miller (chair, specialty and pay), Luc Perreault (vice-chair, specialty and pay), Doug Rutherford (treasurer), Rick Arnish (special delegate representing small markets), Michel Arpin (special delegate), and Glenn O’Farrell (CAB president and CEO). The CAB television board includes Burgis, Switzer, Gourd, Arnish, Elaine Ali, Charlotte Bell, René Bourdages, Pierre Brosseau, Michel Carter, Bryan Ellis, Don Shafer, Marc Simard, Leslie Sole, and Jennifer Strain. The CAB specialty and pay board consists of Miller, Perreault, Serge Bellerose, Shan Chandrasekar, Gilles Desjardins, Sophie Émond, David Errington, Bill Hunt, Catherine MacLeod, Kathleen McNair, Bill Roberts, Mark Rubinstein, Johanne Saint-Laurent, Alain Strati and Bart Yabsley. Paul Feuer, former head of the merger notification unit at the Competition Bureau, is joining Ogilvy Renault’s Toronto office as part of its national competition and antitrust law practice. Jannat Hamid has been appointed as executive director of the ReelWorld Film Festival. The festival runs March 31 to April 4, 2004 in Toronto.