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News | 02/14/2007 5:00 am EST

The Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing of Canada (CTAM Canada) recently announced the results of an October 2006 vote to elect a new board of directors. Astral Television Networks’ senior VP of marketing and sales Dominic Vivolo will serve as president of the organization for the coming year, while newly named vice-presidents Mike Lee, chief strategy officer at Rogers Communications, and Mountain Cablevision president John Piercy will also join the executive.
The group's newly named secretary, meanwhile, is Jean-Pierre Caveen, director of affiliate relations at Cogeco Cable, while Chris Fuoco, VP of affiliate marketing at Alliance Atlantis Broadcasting, steps into the role of treasurer.
Other 2007 board members include: Harris Boyd Consulting’s Harris Boyd (also Membership Committee chair); Manon Brouillette, VP of market development at Vidéotron ltée’s consumer division; David Purdy, VP and GM of television at Rogers Cable (also chair of the Sponsorship Committee); Sean Luxton, VP of content distribution at Insight Sports (also Education Committee chair), and; Walter Levitt, senior VP of marketing, CanWest MediaWorks (also chair of the Marketing Committee).

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