Mail Newspapers appoints Bromley to head of marketing

Mail Newspapers is looking to bolster its media sell to clients and agencies with the internal appointment of Nigel Bromley to the new role of head of marketing for Mail Connected, its advertising division.

John Teal: group ad director of Mail Newspapers
John Teal: group ad director of Mail Newspapers

Bromley, who joined the Daily Mail publisher in 2007, will take up the role in the New Year.

He is currently head of client services, heading up a team of 20, who deal directly with major clients of the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday.

His new role as Mail Connected’s head of marketing will involve him advising the advertising sales teams of the opportunities for clients and agencies to take advantage of the papers' multi-platform opportunities. 

These include its magazines You, and Live, the Mail Online, and its core newspaper brands, the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday.

Bromley, who previously worked at the Newspaper Marketing Agency (NMA), will work closely with Linda Grant, the group marketing director across the newspapers. He will report to John Teal, group ad director of Mail Newspapers.

The position is similar in scope to that of Claire Myerscough, head of business intelligence at News International.

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