Telegraph Media Group | Company Profile, Marketing Contacts, Media Spend, Brands
Telegraph Media Group is a multi-media news publisher and the proprietor of The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph. It is a subsidiary of Press Holdings.
|Main Telephone||020 7931 2000|
|Main Fax||020 7538 6242|
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|Murdoch M.||Deputy Chairman||London|
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|Toby W.||Chief Technology Officer||London|
|Finbarr R.||Chief Financial Officer||London|
|Chris T.||Chief Information Officer||London|
|Richard M.||Chief Human Resources Officer||London|
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Score up to 80 – Telegraph Media continues to make key appointments following CMO hire
Subject: Print, Digital, TV, Media, SEO, CRM, Social Media.
Company: Telegraph Media Group – publishes the Telegraph seven days a week, in print, online and on tablet and mobile, reaching an audience of over 70m per month.
80% Opportunity: Aside from the company appointing its very first CRM agency (Proximity London; appointed without a pitch) back in September, they’ve had several new decision makers come on board, following Mr. Fahy’s hire.
In June, Mr. Barry Wyse came on board as direct of commerce, responsible for growing and enhancing the customer proposition in all of the Telegraph's verticals including Travel, Finance, Retail, Fashion, Entertainment and Gaming. He joined most recently from Alexandalexa.com as its VP of digital.
In July, Mr. James Carson joined as head of SEO and social media from Carson Content where he did freelance digital content and marketing consulting. He was also head of digital content at Factory Media for 11 months during that time as a freelancer, and prior to that was head of digital marketing for Bauer London Lifestyle.
Not only that, but Telegraph Media Group reported in May that it saw a bit of struggle in 2014, compared to the year prior. Operating profit was £54.9m, down from £61.2m in 2013. TMG's turnover in 2014 was £318.1m compared to £325.2m the year before. They did see a steady growth in digital revenues, which “partially mitigated the single digit declines in print advertising revenues and circulation revenues”.
However, because of falling revenue, the competitive nature of print and digital media right now and key decision maker shifts, we’re upping the score to 80%; start prospecting now, because the time frame – once again – is between March and June of next year!
Remember that SEO, social media and CRM are key focuses for the company right now, so consider that when reaching out.
Decision Makers on the Move: William Hill's Kristof Fahy is to joined Telegraph Telegraph Media Group appointed Robert Ffitch, the chief executive of Manning Gottlieb OMD, as its director, advertising revenue.
Mr. Fahy was successful in overseeing William Hill's 2014 £130m marketing strategy that was in place to boost revenues as the operator saw a rise in competition after generating £1.5bn revenues in 2013. Prior to William Hill, Fahy was Yahoo's VP of international marketing until his departure in 2009.
Last December, Mr. Malcolm Coles joined as director of digital media, replacing Mr. Ben Clissitt who left TMG at the end of last year.
Media Spend/ Advertising: Telegraph Media Group spent £1.1m in total measured media in 2014, about 44% less than 2013 spend. TV and Direct Mail had the highest spend, but in 2015 (the first two quarters, at least), the company has spent the most in TV, with no investment in Direct Mail or Internet, with very little in Radio. 2015 Q1 was saw an 80% decrease in spend YoY, and Q2 saw a 30% increase.
The company posted a £6m loss in operating profit last year at £55m, compared to the previous year. This was related to the decline in print advertising revenue, which was expected, but helped by a double-digit increase in online advertising revenue as the company invested £8m in digital last year.
Agency Roster: Proximity London as its first retained customer relationship marketing agency in an effort to boost subscriptions for its digital products.
Telegraph Media Group
111 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0DT, 020 7931 2000
Ms. Emily Harrap
Trade Marketing Manager
Mr. Robert Ffitch **
Director, Advertising Revenue
Mr. Christopher Thorogood
Chief Digital Officer
Ms. Mindy Basra
Head of Digital
Mr. Barry Wyse **
Director of Commerce
Mr. James Carson
Head of SEO and Social Media
Mr. Kristof Fahy **
Chief Marketing Officer
** Unable to confirm emails; give them a try though, as they match company format!