Media Moves

Future, Yell, Hay, DX Media, Time Out, Cheeze, Taxi Media.

Future, the special-interest media group, has made Ursula Morgan commercial manager for its hobbies and craft portfolio. She joined the portfolio in 2000, when she joined as group art editor.

Yell has hired its first president of new media for the UK. Mark Canon, chief product officer at US car retail site Autobytel and former vice-president of product development at AOL, joins on 9 July.

Former chief executive of recruitment consultancy Hays, John Napier, takes over as chairman of Aegis Group on 17 July, to follow the retirement of Colin Sharman. Napier will take on the non-executive role in addition to his chairmanship of the RSA Group.

DX Media, operator of digital radio station NME Radio, has hired Matt Priest as head of sponsorship and promotions, live events and marketing. He joins from Ten Alps Live where he was head of music events.

Time Out has appointed St. John Betteridge as its ad director. He joins from Dennis, where he was group ad director for its Lifestyle Division.

Katherine Jerman, founder and managing director of digital agency Cheeze, is to step down, with client services director Matt O'Brien taking over her role.

Craig Dixon has joined Taxi Media as sales group head, client and agency. He was previously an account director at Universal McCann.

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