Monday, May 31, 2010

Copyright Watchdog Appoints New Chief

New Zealand’s print copyright protection agency, Copyright Licensing Ltd (CLL) announces Paula Browning as its new Chief Executive Officer. Paula will take up the position on 14 June 2010.

Confirming the appointment, CLL's Chairman, Chris Else said he was delighted.
’Paula has held senior roles in the commercial, education and sport sectors that have included strategic communications, contract management, community engagement, finance and advocacy.
‘I am very confident that Paula's mix of skills and experience will make a strong contribution to CLL’s success both in its current role and in new direction

Paula is currently the Business Manager at Sport Auckland where she has recently led the establishment of the Auckland Sports Reference Group and worked with the Auckland Transition Agency in the development of the new Auckland local government structure.

Paula takes over the role from Kathy Moore who has moved on after 15 years at CLL.

The CLL Board and Staff are looking forward to working with Paula as the organisation moves to embrace the opportunities offered by the new digital age.

Copyright Licensing Ltd is a non-profit copyright collective, looking after the interests of publishers and authors in New Zealand. CLL is part of a global network of copyright collectives that provide centralised licensing services for the reproduction of extracts from published works.

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