MySpace names international marketing chief

MySpace has appointed BBC’s Lindsay Nuttall as its new international marketing director.

Nuttall, who was previously head of marketing for BBC2, BBC4 and the corporation’s factual programming, will step in to the newly created role taking responsibility for all MySpace brand and marketing strategy.

Nuttall’s appointment comes a week after MySpace senior VP for international marketing and content Jamie Kantrowitz left the UK to become senior VP of strategy and global marketing for MySpace Music.

However, it’s understood Nuttall is not a direct replacement for Kantrowitz,

While with the BBC Nuttall marketed hit shows Heroes, Mad Men and Who Do You Think You Are?

Prior to joining the BBC in 2007 Nuttall was at Channel 4 where she worked on shows including Skins.

This story first appeared on newmediaage.co.uk

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