Ronan Redmond, director of TVC commercials, steps down after seven years in the role

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Ronan Redmond, the commercial director at TVC Communications, has announced his departure from the company, effective April 30, following a commendable seven-year tenure. His departure marks a significant transition for the Nigerian advertising industry.

In a statement from the broadcaster, Redmond’s contributions to TVC Communications and the broader Nigerian media landscape were highlighted, recognizing his pivotal role in shaping the company into one of Nigeria’s premier commercial broadcasters.

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Reflecting on his time at TVC Communications, Redmond expressed pride in the achievements made alongside his colleagues, emphasizing the company’s transformation under his leadership. He expressed confidence in the team’s ability to propel the commercial business forward.

Despite economic challenges, Redmond remains optimistic about the potential of the Nigerian media and entertainment sector, advocating for government support to harness its growth potential and reduce dependence on oil. He pledged to continue supporting stakeholders in the industry’s advancement.

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Andrew Hanlon, CEO of TVC Communications, lauded Redmond’s strategic prowess and outstanding revenue results, acknowledging his instrumental role in the company’s success since 2017. Hanlon expressed gratitude for Redmond’s support and contributions.

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Yinka Adebayo, Group Executive Director at Omnicom Media Group West and Central Africa, praised Redmond’s receptiveness to innovative ideas and his commitment to delivering value to clients. Adebayo highlighted Redmond’s hands-on approach and dedication to fostering mutually beneficial relationships across the board.

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