ITN has hired David Robinson as head of marketing. He joins from Lambie Nairn, where he was head of marketing and strategy.

The Guardian Weekly has appointed Brann London as its marketing agency following a four-way pitch.

Flextech has promoted vice-president of ad sales Tony Wheble to senior vice-president sales and commercial affairs. The appointment was one of a series of promotions announced by managing director Brent Harman.

British Interactive Broadcasting has appointed Peter Hopper from BSkyB as commercial director in a wide-ranging management shake-up.

Whitbread is launching a press campaign for Wadworth 6X, as part of a 3.5m spend behind the brand this year. The campaign comprises four separate executions carrying the endline ‘Brewed for beer lover by beer lovers’.

The Newspaper Publishers Association has appointed Express Newspapers managing director Nicholas Rudd-Jones as chairman. He takes over the office from Telegraph Group managing director Jeremy Deedes in November.

CDP Media is running media planning and buying for a 500,000 campaign for Sport First, which will break on Sky and LWT this weekend.

Zee TV has been given a formal warning by the Independent Television Commission following repeated compliance failures in advertisement content and scheduling.

TV3 was watched by 900,000 people in Ireland on its first night, according to figures from ACNielsen.

Atlantic 252 has promoted David Dunne to programme director.

Deep Heat is to sponsor the Danny Baker and Danny Kelly football show on Talk Radio.

IPC has promoted Neil Robinson to associate publisher of NME, Melody Maker and NME.COM. Bruce Sandell, associate publisher of Muzik, takes on additional responsibility for Uncut…

…IPC has teamed up with the New Millennium Experience Company (NMEC) to create an advertorial promotion across ten women’s titles to highlight the Millennium Experience’s educational programme.

Marie Claire this week launches a Polish edition, its 27th international title.

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