Emap restructure blurs the line between magazines, TV and radio

LONDON - Emap has restructured its management to enable it to exploit links between its magazines, TV and radio businesses.

As part of the restructure Tom Moloney, chief executive of Emap consumer magazines, takes on the new post of head of UK consumer affairs, giving him overall responsibility for consumer magazines, radio and television.

Tim Schoonmaker, chief executive of Emap radio, will now report to Moloney instead of to Emap's chief executive.

Emap is trying to co-ordinate the media as their audience profiles are very similar. It will also try to cross-refer editorial and advertiser content between the three.

A new international division has been created to accommodate Emap's recently-acquired operations in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia and to prepare for further expansion overseas. Chris Innis, director of corporate strategy, Chris Llewellyn, international director, and Geoff Scott, divisional chief executive of Frontline, will head up the new division.

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