Evening Standard's Alan Brydon leaves

Darby, Ian
June 2006
Campaign;6/23/2006, Issue 25, p1
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The article reports that Alan Brydon, the advertising director of the newspaper "Evening Standard," has resigned. Brydon departed abruptly this week and the newspaper has yet to appoint a replacement. Stephen Lafferty, the newspaper's head of trading, is expected to run the ad operation until the post is filled. Rosemary Gorman, the head of client sales at the "Daily Mail," is tipped to replace Brydon. The Standard confirmed Brydon's departure but refused to comment further. Brydon, the former managing director of CIA Medianetwork, joined the newspaper in October 2002.


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