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NASDAQ APPOINTS CAMERON CLAIRE BROWN AND JEFFREY E. SALKIN MANAGERS OF MEDIA SERVICES

 NASDAQ APPOINTS CAMERON CLAIRE BROWN AND JEFFREY E. SALKIN
 MANAGERS OF MEDIA SERVICES
 WASHINGTON, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Jeffrey E. Salkin and Cameron C. Brown have been appointed managers, media services, of The NASDAQ Stock Market and its parent organization, the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc.
 Announcing the appointments, Douglas F. Parrillo, senior vice president for corporate communications, said, "These newly created positions will allow us to intensify our efforts to reach the media and subsequently the public about The NASDAQ Stock Market.
 "NASDAQ was the nation's busiest securities market in the first quarter of this year," Parrillo said, "but some people still think of us merely as those guys that trade the little stocks."
 "NASDAQ is of daily interest to millions of American investors who've indicated they would like to see this information on their newscasts," added Robert Ferri, director of media relations. "As broadcasters, Jeff and Cameron are the perfect choices to help carry this word to their former colleagues."
 The two join H. Craig Thompson, NASDAQ's longtime media services manager.
 Brown was with the Associated Press broadcast division as the executive producer of TV-Direct, a Washington news service. She also spent five years with CNN in Washington as a producer/writer and assignment editor. She holds a degree in broadcast communications and journalism from the University of Arizona.
 Salkin has been a television news reporter and anchor in the Baltimore market, reporting for Maryland Public Television, WBAL and WJZ since 1984. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has also completed media studies programs at Temple University and Stanford University.
 The NASDAQ Stock Market lists more than 4,100 companies. In terms of dollar volume of equity trading, it is the second largest stock market in the United States and the third largest in the world. More companies list on NASDAQ than on all the U.S. exchanges combined. NASDAQ trading accounts for 48.5 percent of the share volume of equity trading on organized markets in the United States.
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 /CONTACT: Robert Ferri, 202-728-8955, or Douglas F. Parrillo, 202-728-8272, both of The National Association of Securities Dealers/ CO: The National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. ST: District of Columbia IN: FIN SU: PER


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