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News | 05/19/2006 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian Film and Television Production Association has named Barbara Whitmer the director of member services and outreach. Whitmer brings previous experience in developing and enhancing membership and member services from her work with the Ottawa International Jazz Festival, the Sierra Club of Canada and the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation. She also holds a Ph. D. from the University of Toronto. In her new role, Whitmer will work closely with the CFTPA’s member services committee to manage and implement existing services as well as develop and launch new member services.
The CFTPA has also appointed Mario Mota to senior director, broadcast relations and research. Mota’s responsibilities will include the development and implementation of the CFTPA policy and research plan for all CFTPA broadcast relations activities. He most recently was the VP broadcast/media research at Decima Research. Prior to that, he held the position of director of policy and regulatory affairs at the Specialty and Premium Television Association, and director of specialty and pay television at the Canadian Association of Broadcasters.

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