Numeris announced Tuesday it has appointed Neil McEneaney as its new CEO. The ratings measurement group said in a press release that McEneaney will be replacing Jim MacLeod, who had announced his retirement in April. Numeris said McEneaney’s position will be effective Jan. 11. “The Numeris board feels that Neil’s extensive leadership experience and knowledge of our industry will provide him with the skills necessary to move Numeris forward and solidify its position among the world’s elite media measurement companies,” Numeris chairman Gary MacKrell said in the release. McEneaney has been with the CBC/Radio-Canada for that last 15 years, most recently as the chief business officer, the release said. On Wednesday, the Toronto Star reported that McEneaney had made an informal harassment complaint against executive vice-president of English services Heather Conway to CBC president Hubert Lacroix. He told the Star that Conway apologized, the newspaper reported, adding that CBC hired an outside company to conduct a review of senior managers’ conduct following the complaint. However, what in appeared to be a memo from McEneaney to CBC staff, making the rounds on Twitter Wednesday, he said he never made a complaint to Lacroix about Conway, and that the exchange with Conway referred to in the article had been settled between the two of them.