Scott Taunton

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Scott Taunton is an Australian businessman. Born in Canberra, he was general manager of DNA Internet until March 2000, when the company was acquired by Northern Ireland-based broadcaster UTV Media.[1] He was appointed Managing Director of UTV Internet, which became one of the largest service providers throughout Ireland.[citation needed] In 2002, Taunton was appointed Business Development Director for the UTV Group, with specific responsibility for radio, covering radio interests in both Ireland and the UK.[citation needed] He was later appointed Chief Executive Officer of UTV Radio following its acquisition by UTV Media in June 2005.[1] He was appointed to the UTV Plc Board later that year.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ a b Ian Darby (2006-05-26). "Media Headliner: Amiable Australian Taunton targets profitability". Campaign (Haymarket).