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NewMediaHR, the recruitment and training start-up (www.newmediahr.com) launched on Monday, aims to capitalise on demand from “traditional” media executives seeking to “switch their specialism to new media”. The company, which is offering a limited number of free “acclimatisation” course to promote its launch, is managed by managing director Vincent Sheppard, and backed by Paul Angeli, managing director of sales house Universal Media.

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