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Fairfax makes appointment to help multi-media development

Tuesday 11th May 2010

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Fairfax Media has appointed Nigel Tutt to the newly created position of general manager of digital platform and channel development.

In this role he will be responsible for leading Fairfax Media's Digital Team, helping to drive strategy around integration and maximising opportunities for emerging platforms.

Fairfax Media New Zealand chief executive Allen Williams said the company is moving from being a traditional print and digital company to a truly integrated multi-media business.

Tutt will work alongside group executive editor Paul Thompson on content integration, group sales and marketing manager Sandra King on revenue development, and business unit general managers on digital masthead development.

The group head of digital role, previously held by Stephen Smith, will not be replaced in the short term. Allen said that decision was again a reflection of the company's integrated model whereby content takes precedence over platform.

Tutt was previously commercial manager of publishing.



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