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Rogers Media appoints president of news for TV and radio brands. MSL Canada promotes Beale. A recap of who’s headed where in Canadian marketing and communications. Rogers Media appointed JOHN HINNEN to vice-president of news to oversee the company’s radio and television news brands across Canada. Hinnen was previously vice-president of news for Rogers Radio […]

Rogers Media appoints president of news for TV and radio brands. MSL Canada promotes Beale.

A recap of who’s headed where in Canadian marketing and communications.

Rogers Media appointed JOHN HINNEN to vice-president of news to oversee the company’s radio and television news brands across Canada. Hinnen was previously vice-president of news for Rogers Radio and vice-president and general manager of 680News. He will report to both Malcolm Dunlop, executive vice-president, television programming and operations and Paul Ski, CEO, Rogers Radio.

MSL Canada promoted NADIA BEALE to senior vice-president and consumer practice leader. Beale has been with the firm for five years, most recently serving as its SVP, style and beauty. Clients under the consumer practice include P&G, Indigo Books & Music, Rona, Fujifilm, and Tim Hortons.

JANE HALL joined St. John’s, Nfld. agency Target Marketing and Communications as an account director. She was most recently with the Extreme Group where she held the same position and worked with clients such as the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness, Workers’
Compensation Board of Nova Scotia and the Canadian Cancer Society.

St. Joseph Communications promoted MICHAEL CHASE from vice-president of marketing and creative of its content division, to chief marketing officer. Chase joined the company in 2007. He has also held senior-level positions at Lux Concept & Development and Barkin Hot Studios & Swagger.

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