The Outdoor Advertising Association has appointed former LWT sponsorship chief Richard Holliday as director, replacing OAA secretary John Klue.
CIA Group has announced a 24 per cent increase in pre-tax profits, to £5.3m, in 1994. Turnover rose 64 per cent to £468m.
Michael Horner, former London Radio sales director and ex-LBC sales and marketing director, is joining Chiltern Radio Network as group sales director.
Tony Stoller, managing director at John Lewis Partnership division Tyrell & Green, has been appointed chief executive of the Radio Authority. He replaces Peter Baldwin, who retires in July.
MAI, parent of Anglia TV and Meridian Broadcasting, has announced that media division pre-tax profits increased from £6m to £29m in the six months to December 31.
Yorkshire Tyne-Tees TV has announced dramatically improved performance in the last nine months of its financial year. Pre-tax profits rose to £10.5m in the 15 months to December 31.
Barry Cox, former LWT corporate affairs director, has been appointed director of the ITV Association.
Sky Movies Gold will extend its broadcasting hours from April 1. The channel will start four hours earlier on weekdays, at 2pm.
More O’Ferrall increased pre-tax profits for 1994 by 23 per cent, from £7.76m to £9.53m. Turnover improved nine per cent, going up to £73.8m.
Classic FM has opened a regional sales operation in Manchester, run by northern sales manager Suzanne Hassall – former senior sales account manager for Reed Regional Newspapers.
NBC Super Channel managing director Ruud Hendriks has resigned to join the management board of leading European TV production company Endemol Entertainment.
Mediastar has poached TSMS marketing director Dominic Stead. He becomes marketing manager with responsibility for promoting the agency.
Littlewoods Home Shopping has appointed direct response media specialists M&RS to handle its £9m media business after a pitch against CIA Media Solutions (Manchester).