IPC Southbank lures Denison from Cabal for ad manager role

Charmian Denison, star of the BBC docusoap Trouble Between the Covers, has been hired by IPC Southbank as ad manager for 19, Mizz and a yet to be revealed project.

Charmian Denison, star of the BBC docusoap Trouble Between the

Covers, has been hired by IPC Southbank as ad manager for 19, Mizz and a

yet to be revealed project.



The former ad director of Cabal will head a newly formed sales team

selling IPC Southbank’s youth portfolio.



Before Cabal, Denison worked at the National Magazine Company where she

was promotions director on Good Housekeeping and She.



IPC Southbank ad director Clare Dove said: ’Charmian is dynamic and keen

to work in a very competitive market. She has handled her TV notoriety

in a very mature fashion and she is perfect for our youth

portfolio.’



Also joining the team are Sally Whitworth, who was deputy ad manager on

Centaur’s Leisure Week, and Sarah Prockter, formerly a sales executive

at Bauer’s weeklies group.



The new staff will join existing team member Vicky Marshall on 20 March.



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