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Cochlear lifts as profits beat guidance

Seven West Media has appointed James Warburton to be its new chief executive. He replaces Tim Worner effective immediately.

Mr Warburton previously worked at Seven before departing to run rival network Channel Ten and has been chief executive of V8 Supercars and most recently billboard business APN Outdoor.

"This is an exciting time for Seven as we welcome James back to the company," Seven chairman Kerry Stokes said in a statement.

"James has extensive experience in the industry with knowledge across media, advertising, sports administration, marketing and particularly sales. His passion and energy will reinvigorate the team. We look forward to the contribution he will make," Mr Stokes said.

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