Bauer Access promotes Darren Khan to commercial director

Bauer Media has promoted Darren Khan to the newly-created role of commercial director, Bauer Access, in addition to his role as TV sales director.

Darren Khan: commercial director, Bauer Access
Darren Khan: commercial director, Bauer Access

Bauer Access launched in November 2010 to improve communication between Bauer's brands and its clients. This is achieved through "open-access" sessions with Bauer Media's editors and programmers, advertisers and agencies.

Darren will report into head of broadcast and Bauer Access, Karen Stacey. She said: "Darren has a huge wealth of experience in leading successful teams and delivering results.

"He will ensure we harness the best insight, intuition and ideas we have to offer to create cut-through campaigns that connect, influence and persuade consumers."

Khan said: "Our ambition with Bauer Access is to take our best creative talent to our customers and collaborate with them on world-class branded content and bespoke media solutions that interact with our audiences in print, on air, online and on the move."

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