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Mary Powers Sr. VP BGM

TORONTO, Oct. 17 /CNW/ – Ivan Fecan, President and CEO, Bell Globemedia and CEO of CTV Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mary Powers to Senior Vice President Corporate Communications, Bell Globemedia. 

"Mary has done an outstanding job in positioning CHUM and she has been recognized as one the Canada’s leading practitioners in her field. We all look forward to her joining our team," said Fecan. 

Prior to joining BGM, Mary has enjoyed a long and prominent career at CHUM Limited, where most recently she was Vice President Communications, directing all corporate and divisional communications, in both the domestic and international marketplace. Her responsibilities included corporate promotions and building brand and content awareness for CHUM’s innovative programming and station formats around the world. Mary was also responsible for Investor Relations for CHUM Limited and was a member of the company’s Senior Management Group.

CHUM Limited was recently purchased by Bell Globemedia and is being held in trust pending regulatory approval. "Mary’s appointment is permanent and in the normal course. However, if the regulators approve the CHUM transaction, an added benefit of her presence at BGM will be to aid in the integration of the two Companies," said Fecan.

Mary Powers has offered her support and expertise to many organizations and has been recognized for her contribution to the Canadian broadcasting industry. She is currently Chair of The Banff Television Festival Foundation, an Associate Board Member of the International Council for The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a member of the Chairman’s Council of PROMAX International. In addition, she is Chair of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ National Communications Committee and a member of the Toronto International Film Festival Marketing and Facility Committees. Mary holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Toronto’s York University.

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Mary Powers Sr. VP BGM

TORONTO, Oct. 17 /CNW/ – Ivan Fecan, President and CEO, Bell Globemedia and CEO of CTV Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mary Powers to Senior Vice President Corporate Communications, Bell Globemedia. 

"Mary has done an outstanding job in positioning CHUM and she has been recognized as one the Canada’s leading practitioners in her field. We all look forward to her joining our team," said Fecan. 

Prior to joining BGM, Mary has enjoyed a long and prominent career at CHUM Limited, where most recently she was Vice President Communications, directing all corporate and divisional communications, in both the domestic and international marketplace. Her responsibilities included corporate promotions and building brand and content awareness for CHUM’s innovative programming and station formats around the world. Mary was also responsible for Investor Relations for CHUM Limited and was a member of the company’s Senior Management Group.

CHUM Limited was recently purchased by Bell Globemedia and is being held in trust pending regulatory approval. "Mary’s appointment is permanent and in the normal course. However, if the regulators approve the CHUM transaction, an added benefit of her presence at BGM will be to aid in the integration of the two Companies," said Fecan.

Mary Powers has offered her support and expertise to many organizations and has been recognized for her contribution to the Canadian broadcasting industry. She is currently Chair of The Banff Television Festival Foundation, an Associate Board Member of the International Council for The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a member of the Chairman’s Council of PROMAX International. In addition, she is Chair of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ National Communications Committee and a member of the Toronto International Film Festival Marketing and Facility Committees. Mary holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Toronto’s York University.

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Headline, Industry News

Mary Powers Sr. VP BGM

TORONTO, Oct. 17 /CNW/ – Ivan Fecan, President and CEO, Bell Globemedia and CEO of CTV Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mary Powers to Senior Vice President Corporate Communications, Bell Globemedia. 

"Mary has done an outstanding job in positioning CHUM and she has been recognized as one the Canada’s leading practitioners in her field. We all look forward to her joining our team," said Fecan. 

Prior to joining BGM, Mary has enjoyed a long and prominent career at CHUM Limited, where most recently she was Vice President Communications, directing all corporate and divisional communications, in both the domestic and international marketplace. Her responsibilities included corporate promotions and building brand and content awareness for CHUM’s innovative programming and station formats around the world. Mary was also responsible for Investor Relations for CHUM Limited and was a member of the company’s Senior Management Group.

CHUM Limited was recently purchased by Bell Globemedia and is being held in trust pending regulatory approval. "Mary’s appointment is permanent and in the normal course. However, if the regulators approve the CHUM transaction, an added benefit of her presence at BGM will be to aid in the integration of the two Companies," said Fecan.

Mary Powers has offered her support and expertise to many organizations and has been recognized for her contribution to the Canadian broadcasting industry. She is currently Chair of The Banff Television Festival Foundation, an Associate Board Member of the International Council for The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a member of the Chairman’s Council of PROMAX International. In addition, she is Chair of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters’ National Communications Committee and a member of the Toronto International Film Festival Marketing and Facility Committees. Mary holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Toronto’s York University.

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