BTA revises New York-based marketing team

LONDON -- The British Tourist Authority announced changes to the top structure of its New York marketing team.

Tim Lovell, vice president U.S., is returning to the U.K. to become project manager for the implementation of a global content management system to feed information on Great Britain to BTA's worldwide offices and Web sites.

Rob Franklin, director of long-haul markets, will assume Lovell's role and will take over BTA's operations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Franklin already is based in New York.

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