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28 March 2008,     TORONTO
VP interactive media deleted at St. Joseph Media

Ken Maclean is no longer vice president of interactive media services at St. Joseph Media. No reason was given for Maclean’s departure. Vice president of corporate development Andrew Crane will fill the position for the time being, but the company is looking to hire.

“[This] has no bearing on our commitment, on our plans or our strategies, and we really are looking to grow our operations,” Crane said.

Here’s the e-mail from St. Joseph Media president Douglas Knight, circulated to St. Joseph staff yesterday:

"It is with regret that I announce the departure of Ken MacLean, Vice President of Interactive Media Services, from St. Joseph Media. 

During his tenure, Ken made many valuable contributions to the Interactive team and to the organization.  We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

Effective immediately the IMS group will report to Andrew Crane, who has been taking a leadership role in the development of a long term strategic vision for St. Joseph Media’s web operations.

The Information Technology group will now also report to Andrew.  Andrew will continue to be responsible for the Production team.

These changes are effective today."

— Michelle Singerman
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