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McLeod quits International Herald Tribune

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PARIS -- James McLeod, advertisement director of the International Herald Tribune, is leaving the title after nine years.

He will leave his Paris-based post in March to become international publishing director of Redwood Publishing, a contract publisher based in London.

A replacement for Mr. McLeod has not yet been named. But an announcement is expected in "a few weeks," according to an IHT spokesman. Mr. McLeod worked for the IHT in Asia before moving to the Paris headquarters in 1994.

Richard McClean, publisher and chief executive of the IHT, says the paper's European advertising has reached record levels and that the U.K. con- ference division, of which Mr. McLeod is managing director, has just ended its best year ever.

Copyright January 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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