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Published:Friday | January 15, 2010 | 12:00 AM

Wayne Miller

Digicel fills Wayne's slot

New Digicel Jamaica has appointed Donovan White as head of marketing, with responsibility for public relations, sponsorships, advertising and marketing communications, replacing Wayne Miller who departed the company at the end of December.

White's previous job in the Digicel Group was brand development across Caribbean markets. That job accounted for four of his 15 years in marketing and sales.

Before joining Digicel, White worked with the CVM Group.

Digicel announced the appointment Wednesday, but made no reference to Miller's departure.

CPTC confirms 3 directors

Donovan White

Creative Production and Training Centre Limited (CPTC) has named three new directors to the board of the state-owned media company, whose appointments were ratified by Cabinet.

The three men - Edmund Jones, Courtney Lodge and Ian McNaughton - were also named governors of the board of a CPTC-associated entity called Media Technology Institute.

McNaughton, whose background is in business and who works in the investment/ securities sector, is general manager of Barita Investments Limited, and a director of the Jamaica Cooperative Credit Union League.

Jones is technical support manager in the Ministry of Finance. He is also a director of Quality Networks Limited.

Lodge also works in the financial sector as vice-president for branch distribution at Victoria Mutual Building Society. His other directorships include GSB Cooperative Credit Union Limited and Strategic Corporate Interventions Limited.

Strategic Interventions is chaired by Christopher Samuda, who is also the current chair of CPTC.