Trading Places: This week's people moves in advertising, marketing and media

Fru Hazlitt's return to media in a big commercial role at ITV, and former Lowe creative director Ed Morris, make the headlines in Brand Republic's weekly round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing and media.

Fru Hazlitt: joins ITV as managing director of commercial and online
Fru Hazlitt: joins ITV as managing director of commercial and online


Ed Morris, the former executive creative director at Lowe London, has joined Rapier as a creative partner, with a brief to transform the agency's creative output. (Campaign)

DDB has hired Alistair Beattie, AKQA's head of strategic planning, to take on the new role of head of strategic planning and innovation for EMEA. (Campaign)

Mark Sherwood, the global head of communications planning at Lowe Worldwide, is leaving the Interpublic-owned network to join Saatchi & Saatchi in New York. (Campaign)

John Farrell, the former chief executive of Publicis Groupe's specialised agencies and marketing services worldwide, is joining the newly merged LBi International NV as a member of its supervisory board. (Campaign)

David Kenny, the Vivaki managing partner and one of the candidates to succeed Maurice Lévy at the head of Publicis Groupe, has resigned. (Campaign)


Twinings has appointed Sean Summers to the role of marketing director, as part of a wider restructure of the business. (Marketing)

EMI Music has appointed Bertrand Bodson to its first dedicated global digital marketing role. (Marketing)

Marketing has appointed Gareth Jones as editor, replacing Lucy Barrett, who left the magazine earlier this year. (Marketing)


Fru Hazlitt, the former chief executive of GCap Media and managing director of Yahoo!, is to join ITV in the new role of managing director of commercial and online on 2 August, in a new commercial role that will unite ITV's airtime sales and online businesses. Following the strategy review and Hazlitt's appointment, Ben McOwen Wilson, director of online and interactive, is to leave ITV this summer after four years with the company. (Campaign)

Maxus Worldwide has poached PHD's Helena Snowdon as its marketing director. (Campaign)

JCDecaux has appointed Titan's former national sales director, Ged Weston, to assume the same role at the UK's largest outdoor media owner, following the purchase of Titan assets in January. (Media Week)

MEC Access, the sports and entertainment partnership agency, has appointed Pippa Rubin as strategy director. (Media Week)

Jonathan Arendt, the founder of radio marketing and research agency Hallett Arendt, has been appointed digital radio station Planet Rock's first managing director. (Media Week)

Lovefilm, the movie rental service, has appointed Five chairman and chief executive Dawn Airey as non-executive director. (Media Week)

Digital radio station Jazz FM has expanded its sales team, appointing RadioCentre strategy consultant Jo Coltman to the new role of head of client development. (Media Week)

Nielsen Online has lost its UK managing director Stephen Brooks, less than six months after launching UKOM, the new web audience measurement system funded by media owners. (Media Week)

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