EMAP Radio hires marketing directors for local stations

May 1998
Marketing Week;5/21/1998, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p15
Trade Publication
States that two group marketing directors have been appointed to oversee 17 radio music stations of EMAP Radio, in Great Britain. Identification of the directors; Responsibilities of the directors; Persons the stations are targeting; In-depth look at EMAP Radio and its radio stations.


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