Darren Khan leaves Bauer Media

Darren Khan, the commercial director and television sales director at Bauer Media, has left the company after 13 years.

Darren Khan: leaves Bauer Media after 13 years
Darren Khan: leaves Bauer Media after 13 years

Khan joined what was then Emap in 2000 to launch its six music channels. He was later promoted to also run radio sponsorship and promotions before becoming commercial director in 2011. He leaves without a job to go to.

Khan said: " I have had a very successful time at Bauer Media helping to take many media brands and advertisers on the transitional journey into new media channels, by connecting with their consumers in an authentic and credible way. I am now looking to capitalise on this valuable experience and am exploring a number of possible opportunities"

Khan started his career at Scottish Television and has also worked at Granada and Rapture Television.


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