WAN-Ifra names new CEO

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Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 11:52 am

WAN-Ifra named media veteran Vincent Peyregne CEO.

Peyregne has more than 25 years’ experience working at news organizations in France, Germany and Switzerland.

“WAN-Ifra plays a vital role in the international scene, both as a press freedom advocate and as a valuable network for business innovation and editorial strategies for media companies around the globe,” Peyregne said in a statement. “We have the opportunity to make long-overdue improvements to increase efficiency and deliver the best solutions to the industry.”

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