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LONG-TIME ESPN VET BONANNI RESIGNS AS VP/AD AND SALES
Published October 26, 1995
Jack Bonanni, VP/Advertising and Sales at ESPN, confirmed reports he has resigned in order to pursue new opportunities, according to AD AGE. Bonanni "denied speculation that he was leaving because of a new structure that required him to report to ESPN Senior VP/Sales and Marketing George Bodenheimer. Bonanni has been with ESPN for 12 years and is "regarded as one of the leading TV sales executives." He plans to take on "a new challenge in sports sales and marketing" (AD AGE ONLINE, 10/26).