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Dummy announces new editor

By | Published on Tuesday 27 November 2012

Dummy

The publisher of music website Dummy has announced that Aimee Cliff is the site’s new editor. Existing staffer Cliff took over the editor’s job on an interim basis following the departure of Charlie Jones back in October, but her tenure in that role was made permanent yesterday.

Dummy’s MD Paul Benney told CMU: “Aimee is the perfect appointment to lead Dummy through its next, very exciting, phase of development. She is young, talented, focussed and hard working and we are sure that she will make an invaluable contribution to Dummy moving forwards”.

Meanwhile Cliff herself added: “Over the past two years I’ve been immensely proud to be part of Dummy’s ascending journey and now I’m thrilled to be given the opportunity to assume the role of Editor. There are some very exciting things happening here right now and I couldn’t be more thrilled about my place in Dummy’s future”.


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