Sky Media's Chris Gilbert moves to Wedding TV

LONDON - Wedding TV has appointed Chris Gilbert, a senior commercial executive at Sky Media, as advertising sales manager.

Chris Gilbert, new advertising sales manager for Wedding TV
Chris Gilbert, new advertising sales manager for Wedding TV

He will take on the new of role for both Wedding TV and sister channel Wedding TV Asia, which launched this year, and will report to Nick Tiday, head of media sales at Wedding TV.

Gilbert will be responsible for on-air revenues across the company's various advertising formats. Recent advertising partners for Wedding TV include L'Oreal and Dove.

Launched in 2006, Wedding TV is dedicated to romance, relationships and weddings, and is aired on Sky and Freesat.

 

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