Alleyne, Llanor
April 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;4/21/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 16, p34
Presents information related to several appointments and promotions in the broadcasting and cable television as of April 21, 2003. Appointment of Daniel P. McGrath as vice president and chief financial officer at Capitol Broadcasting Co.; Appointment of Rick Lang as regional vice president marketing and sales at Comcast Cable for Northwest region; Selection of Alexis Glick as senior trading correspondent at CNBC, New York.


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