NTL Home’s director of marketing Jeremy Davies is to leave the company at the end of the year as his role has been axed.
A review of the struggling cable company’s marketing structure has resulted in the decision to axe the central marketing function at NTL Home, the consumer division of the cable operator.
Davies, who joined NTL from J Walter Thompson as director of content in 2001, was promoted in August to his current role after the departure of brand director Bart Michels and commercial director Richard Harris in July (MW July 4). Group marketing director Mike Hounsell left in January as part of a restructure that resulted in more than 40 job losses in the central marketing team (MW January10).
NTL has gone through major restructuring in preparation for its emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in the US, which resulted in the departure of managing director Stephen Carter (MW November 14).