Maxime St-Pierre appointed executive director of digital services at Radio-Canada

March 18, 2016

Radio-Canada Executive Vice-President Louis Lalande is pleased to announce today that Maxime St-Pierre has been appointed to head up Radio-Canada Digital Services.

Maxime has worked in digital for over 16 years, managing major national and international projects in B2C, B2B and e-commerce. His experience also extends to managing multidisciplinary teams as well as developing work methodologies between offices in different countries. Over the past five years, he has further developed the mobile side of his expertise by focusing on new technologies, multiscreen strategies and transactional platforms. Maxime comes to us from Nurun, where he was Vice-President, Technology, and Global Head of Mobile.

“At Radio-Canada, Maxime will be called upon to guide our digital development while aligning the strategic and technical aspects associated with it, in close consultation with programming teams,” said Louis Lalande. “His expertise will be a major asset to help us successfully deliver on our strategy.”

Maxime St-Pierre will take up his position on April 11.

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