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ValueVision Media, operator of ShopNBC, names new COO

ValueVision Media Inc. is promoting Carol Steinberg to chief operating officer, the Star Tribune reports. The Eden Prairie-based company operates the ShopNBC 24-hour TV shopping network. Last year, Steinberg was appointed to executive vice president of Internet, marketing and human resources.
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ValueVision Media Inc. is promoting Carol Steinberg to chief operating officer, the Star Tribune reports. The Eden Prairie-based company operates the ShopNBC 24-hour TV shopping network. Last year, Steinberg was appointed to executive vice president of Internet, marketing and human resources.

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