Larry Dunn Departs NewBay Media

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New York — Larry Dunn, vice TELCO TALK
president/group publisher for
Multichannel News and Broadcasting
& Cable
, is departing
NewBay Media.

Dunn, who joined Multichannel
in 1991 as an account
executive and became publisher
of the two magazines and their
related properties in 2007, will
be joining newspaper publisher
Newsday as senior vice president
of advertising sales.

Dunn will be succeeded by
Louis Hillelson, a seven-year veteran
of the brands who formerly
held the title of associate publisher
for B&C and Multichannel News.
Hillelson will report to NewBay
president and CEO Steve Palm.

“Larry has made a tremendous,
indelible mark upon both brands
and the broader industry of television,
and he leaves our brands as
the market leaders he helped create
them to be,” said Palm. “Louis
is a dynamic, thoughtful and aggressive
business leader who has a
thorough understanding of our internal
processes, our team and the
markets served, as well as strong
relationships with many of our
partners and advertisers.”

A Long Island native, Dunn,
who starts his new job at Newsday
in early October, has watched
broadcast and cable evolve during
his tenure with the titles.

“I am excited about the next
chapter of my career at such a
powerful brand as Newsday. After
20 years, I have loved every
minute, to be just a part of this
great, growing industry,” said