CVM Television has appointed a new chief executive officer (CEO), more than five months after the resignation of Al Edwards.
In a release yesterday, CVM named Andrew McGlone its new CEO, effective January 21.
"Andrew has a wealth of experience in digital media and brings to CVM his proven ability in digital television broadcasting and filming," the release stated.
"With over 15 years' experience in the IT and media industry, Andrew has lived and worked in Europe, Africa, North America and the Caribbean. He has worked with Bytes Group, Grand Thornton, World Media Film and television stations in Europe and North Africa."
CVM Chairman Wayne Chen said the television station was excited to have McGlone on board.
"He will no doubt be an asset to the industry and CVM in stewarding the station towards its goal of being fully digital by 2015," Chen said.
On August 9 last year, during CVM's coverage of the London Olympics, the television station announced that Edwards had resigned with immediate effect.
The resignation followed reports of an altercation involving a reporter in the CVM newsroom.
Edwards had joined CVM just three months earlier on May 15.