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Bath, Banes, United Kingdom, 2011/03/15 - Future, has announced the appointment of a new UK Digital Content Syndication Manager, James Watson, who will be responsible for investigating and securing new UK digital syndication deals. LSE: FUTR
Future, the special-interest media group and UK’s number one magazine licensor has announced the appointment of a new UK Digital Content Syndication Manager, James Watson, who will be responsible for investigating and securing new UK digital syndication deals.
Future already has UK syndication deals in place for TechRadar.com with MSN and Mobile Republic, as well as for CVG – computerandvideogames.com with MSN and Game.
James has worked for Future in the past, as part of the Ad Sales team across the Games and Technology portfolios. Since 2008 he has been at Electronic Arts and was responsible for driving in-game advertising revenues from across Europe, working with clients such as Unilever, Diesel and Proctor and Gamble.
Starting with immediate effect, James will report to Tim Hudson, Future’s International Licensing Director.
Future plc (futureplc.com) is an international special-interest media group, listed on the London Stock Exchange (symbol FUTR). Founded in 1985 with one magazine, today we have operations in the UK, US and Australia creating over 180 special-interest publications, websites and events. We hold market-leading positions in games, film, music, technology, cycling, automotive and crafts. Our biggest-selling magazines include T3, Total Film, Classic Rock, Guitar World and Official Xbox Magazine. Our websites include gamesradar.com, bikeradar.com, and techradar.com. Future sells more than 3 million magazines each month; we attract more than 20 million unique visitors to our websites; and we host 27 annual live events. In addition, Future exports or syndicates publications to 90 countries, making us the UK’s number one exporter and licensor of monthly magazines.