Express Newspapers has appointed Matt Cotton to the position of head of marketing, reporting to commercial director Paul Woolfenden.
Domino’s Pizza is to sponsor the Sky Box Office pay-per-view programme ‘Spice Girls: Live in Your Living Room’. The deal was negotiated by Booth Lockitt Makin.
ONdigital has appointed Dean Stockton, a former director of TV programmes and commercials, as head of presentation and promotions.
Nickelodeon has signed a deal with Marks & Spencer giving the retailer the rights for ‘The Rugrats Movie’ merchandise (right).
UCI Cinemas has appointed Janet Smith, as its new head of marketing. Smith was the company’s PR and advertising manager and she replaces Paul Biggins.
The Independent Radio Group has announced a 40.5 per cent reduction of pre-tax losses for the six months ending June 30. Losses amounted to 1.07m.
News International has appointed TSMSi director and general manger Paul Simon as new commercial manager of News International Internet Publishing.
BBC Worldwide director of factual global brand development Liz Barron has recruited a team of three specialist brand managers to secure rights to BBC factual titles for international and cross media markets.
IPC Magazines has promoted SouthBank Publishing Group ad sales director Georgina Crace to the new position of director of ad sales for the entire IPC portfolio.
Computeractive is to launch a 1.2m TV campaign supported by two on-magazine promotions for issues 16 and 17.
Border Radio Holdings has appointed Harry Dunne, former managing director of EMAP Radio, as its new group commercial director.
BBC Resources has been commissioned to produce a series of TV commercials for British Gas, through BMP DDB Needham, its first major commission in the advertising industry.
Granada Television is to develop its studio complex at Albert Dock, Liverpool, to house the new TV shopping channel venture between Granada and Littlewoods.
Cable & Wireless Communications has teamed up with Tottenham Hotspur FC to offer an Internet service called CyberSpurs for a monthly unlimited Net access subscription fee of 12.50.