Shennan takes control

Cardew, Ben; Williams, Paul
February 2009
Music Week;2/7/2009, Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information regarding the broadcast radio industry in Great Britain. Particular attention is given to Bob Shennan's appointment as the controller of Radio Two and 6 Music. David Joseph, chairman and chief executive officer at Universal UK, says Shennan has a strong track record in radio, despite concerns by some in the business who feel he lacks experience in music radio.


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