Bruce Anderson has been named chair and CEO of Decima Inc. Decima Reports, the publisher of Canadian Communications Reports, is one of three wholly-owned subsidiaries of Decima Inc. Bell ExpressVu president Tim McGee has left the company to "pursue other interests," according to an internal memo that thanked him for his service. His last day was October 1. He will not be replaced as Robert Odendaal, who was named president of the newly created Bell Video Group, will assume McGee’s former duties. Jodi Cook joins CTV as manager of programming communications for CTV Travel, Discovery Channel, Discovery Civilization and Animal Planet. Previously, she was publicist for HGTV and other Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. specialty TV channels. Bruno Barrette has been appointed as a new partner in the Montreal office of Stikeman Elliott LLP. He will lead the Intellectual Property Group, and will focus on all aspects of intellectual property, including prosecution, licensing, co-branding, transfer, distribution and enforcement (infringement and unfair competition). Isabel Metcalfe has registered as a lobbyist for the Directors Guild of Canada. Her role is to raise awareness of the Canada Television Fund, the feature film policy, and the film and video tax credit. Ann Marie Sluga has become the COO of the Directors Guild of Canada - Ontario. Lisa McVeigh has been appointed as the new operations manager at Anagram Pictures in Vancouver. Previously, she was responsible for the financial operations of British Columbia Film.  In memoryCBC broadcaster Tom Earle, 77, died October 18 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He covered Parliament on radio following an early stab at TV news. In 1971, he was transferred to the CBC’s London bureau. After retiring from CBC, where he worked for 33 years, he covered Canadian news for the British Broadcasting Corp.