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Sayer takes Clear Channel Outdoor chief executive role

LONDON - Clear Channel Outdoor has announced a new management team for the company's international operations, which includes its UK regional president Barry Sayer, who has been named the UK's permanent chief executive.

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Sayer, who also has responsibility for Ireland and Clear Channel's 13 African markets, including South Africa, will be joined on the management board by: Jonathan Bevan, international chief financial officer and director of corporate development; Hubert Janvier, newly appointed regional president for Southern Europe, which includes France, Spain, Italy and Belgium; Rickard Hedland, newly appointed regional president for Northern and Eastern Europe; and Mark Thewlis, regional president, Asia Pacific.

All four will report into Paul Meyer, global president and chief operating officer, who said: "I am confident that we now have a truly outstanding management team in place to oversee the continued growth of our international business units.

"Each of our regional presidents has a strong operating track record and brings a hands-on management style that will ensure we are sharing best practices among our international business units and with the Americas.

"Together with Jonathan Bevan [COO International], they will have a critically important role in shaping our global strategy for the continued success of our business internationally."

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