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Premium TV, the sports media division of NTL, has appointed Nigel Blower as head of marketing. He replaces Kenny Boyle, who is leaving to head the international marketing team at the British Tourist Authority (MW January 30). A former head of database marketing for BT Cellnet (now known as O2), Blower was most recently a […]

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