Randy Lennox Appointed as the New President of Bell Media

Randy Lennox Appointed as the New President of Bell Media

Bell Media has appointed Randy Lennox as their new President after their former president Mary Ann Turcke left them for a new opportunity with the National Football League (NFL).

The CEO and President of BCE George Cope thanked Mary Ann Turcke for her effective leadership and taking the company to new heights in the past 12 years, and wished her very best for her future endeavors in NFL.

Randy Lennox

The President of Bell Media will be leading all schemes and operations for the largest media company in Canada effective today. He will be managing radio, pay and specialty TV, out-of-home advertising, digital media, and other conventional projects. Lennox will be directly reporting to Wade Oosterman, the group president of Bell and BCE. Mr. Oosterman is the Chief Brand Officer of Bell and oversees Bell Mobility, Bell Media, and other small business alongside Bell Residential.

Apart from managing 5000 employees of Bell Media, he is responsible for all local radio and TV resources, CTV Networks, Content, Broadcasting, special English language channels, Bravo, Comedy, Gusto, E!, Much and Space, and even iHeartRadio Canada, the global brand that they got in 2016.

Before Bell Media, Lennox was the CEO and President of Universal Music Canada where he lifted homegrown talents like Drake, Shawn Mendes, and Justin Beiber. He successfully led the company through the over-growing changes in the music industry. He has also been honored as a member of the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry’s Hall of Fame and is the board member of Music Canada. CARAS and Canada’s Walk of Fame are another title he is worthy of, and also the culture advisory board of Ontario, Canada.

Mary Ann Turcke

Mary Ann Turcke has acknowledged a position with the National Football League (as their President), Digital Media and NFL Network, Los Angeles.

She joined Bell Canada in the year 2005 as the Vice President, customer expert and operations for small and medium scaled business. In 2008, she was promoted to Executive VP of Field Operations. She was leading Bell’s team that handled installation of Fibe TV, Bell trade and residential services, and internet technicians. She was named as 2015 Women of the Year by women in Communications and Technology and is a member of Women’s Executive Network Hall of Fame.

Bell is Canada’s biggest communications organization. Bell Media provides its users and businesses in the aspects of TV, Internet, wireless networks, home phone and other business-related communication services. It has its assets in radio, digital media, television, and out-of-home media. It is completely owned by BCE Inc.

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