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Stephen Tapp named Stingray’s new SVP of business development

People | 04/02/2015 4:38 pm EDT

Stingray Digital Group Inc. , the provider of music content over TV subscriptions, has named Stephen Tapp as senior vice-president of business development, the company said in a press release Thursday.

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