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YouTube signs up Madonna and Wall Street Journal for channels venture.

Jeremy Darroch, chief executive of BSkyB, was paid a total of £2.8m in the 12 months to 30 June 2011, as the company’s pre-tax profits fell 14.8% to £1.014m.

Jonathan Allan, sales director of Channel 4, has announced proposals to restructure the broadcaster’s 175-strong sales team into fully integrated agency-facing teams with full budget responsibility for the agency account.

Global Radio, the owner of the Heart and Capital brands, has appointed former SeeSaw commercial director Matt Rennie to the new position of enterprise director to drive existing and new revenue streams.

Jam, the Engine owned social media and mobile agency, has bolstered its management team by appointing Ed Turner to the newly created role of head of operations and partner at the group.

Yell hires Jenny Ashmore to CMO role ahead of ‘comprehensive’ brand re-think.

Omnicom takes majority stake in India’s Mudra Group.


Australia’s top investment bank named Tim Bishop as the global head of Macquarie Capital in Sydney. Bishop is currently U.S. head of Macquarie Capital. In addition, Michael McLaughlin has been appointed as U.S. head, head of Macquarie’s U.S. management committee and president of Macquarie Capital. Robert Redmond, currently U.S. head of corporate finance, has been named U.S. head of Macquarie Capital.


The wealth management arm of Barclays Plc added six investment representatives to its offices.

Glen Darby and Matthew Grady join the firm’s Boston branch while Jerrid Douglas and Andrew Leventhal were appointed to its New York office. Michele Huff Powell was named investment representative for Barclays Wealth at Dallas and Narciso Muñoz joins the Miami office.


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