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December 19, 2007

Digital TV to get new Chief


by David Allen

There is more moves on the cards this time at Digital TV have got themselves a new chief executive and he has a background in the media industry, unlike the current chief executive Ford Ennals who came whose background was in sportswear as he worked for Nike.

David Scott is to takeover the helm of the body that is in charge of the switching over the UK analogue signal to digital in February. He was part of the management team that launched Channel Four way back in 1982, where he held the posts of director of finance, managing director and deputy chief executive.

The company itself is pleased to get someone with so much experience in the industry that can get this important job done.

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