Media Moves

News International, Sky, Posterscope, Microsoft Advertising, UKTV, Cheeze.

News International has appointed James Hawker as head of financial clients, replacing Dominic Perkins who left in July. Hawker was previously head of finance and travel at The Guardian.

Sky has appointed Emma Lloyd, business development director, to head its mobile business. Before she joined Sky in January, Lloyd was managing director of BT Movio.

Glenn Iceton has been promoted to Posterscope group head, responsible for GroupM agencies. He replaces Mark Bucknell, who moves to head the Posterscope team. Bucknell is joined by business development managers Kate Gunn, who moves from JCDecaux Retail, and Barry Whelan, from the JCDecaux London regional team.

Microsoft Advertising has hired Tom Pearman as finance category development manager, replacing Paddy Lynch. Previously, Pearman was London sales director at City AM.

UKTV has appointed Adrian Wills as channel head of UKTV People, and Richard Kingsbury as channel head of UKTV History. Wills will continue to run UKTV Documentary and Kingsbury will remain head of UKTV Food.

Digital agency Cheeze has recruited Tom Griffiths as business development manager. Griffiths joins from Latitude where he was a business development consultant. The agency has also hired Tom Preston and Max Gilbert as trainees.

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