Industry pleased as Carter is appointed Ofcom's chief

Lee, Jeremy
January 2003
Campaign;1/24/2003, Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on responses of broadcasters on the appointment of former chief executive officer (CEO) of J. Walter Thompson, Stephen Carter as the CEO of OfCom. Contribution of Carter's experience in the advertising industry on his appointment; Job responsibilities of Carter; Criticism regarding the appointment.


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