Outdoor turmoil

Darby, Ian
July 2006
Campaign;7/14/2006, Issue 28, p8
Trade Publication
This article discusses several recent management changes in the media advertising industry. The article makes specific reference to its implications for advertisers. The past few weeks have witnessed some frantic activities including: Titan Outdoor Ltd.'s buyout of Maiden Outdoor in May 2006, Viacom Inc.'s recapture of the London Underground contract, management shakeouts at Clear Channel UK Ltd., etc. Clear Channel lost its two most senior executives in Great Britain--Stevie Spring, chief executive, and Julie France, managing director.


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