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Albistur gets Argentine media post

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Argentina’s new President Nestor Kirchner has made Enrique Albistur media secretary.

A veteran media businessman, Albistur took office on Friday, replacing Carlos Ben of the previous administration.

Kirchner is expected to appoint heads of Canal 7, the most wide-reaching broadcaster in Argentina, and the state’s radio broadcaster and news agency in the coming days.

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