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Univision’s ad sales president Keith Turner to retire

Keith TurnerUnivision today announced that Keith Turner, President of Advertising Sales & Marketing, will retire at the end of the year.

The company will reveal leadership transition plans in the coming weeks.

Turner joined Univision in September of 2012, replacing David Lawenda.

Before Univision, he was SVP of Media Sales and Sponsorship at the NFL. He previously spent more than 20 years at NBC, where he held various roles of increasing seniority, including President of Sales and Marketing, SVP of Olympic and Sports Sales, VP of Olympic and Sports Sales, and VP of Sport Sales.

Prior to NBC, Turner was an account executive for CBS.

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