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James Bromley elected to AOP Executive Committee

James Bromley
James Bromley, MD of Mail Online, has been elected to sit on AOP’s Executive Committee with immediate effect. The Executive Committee plays a central role in setting AOP’s agenda, activities and approving membership to the organisation.

James has been Managing Director of the Mail Online since April 2008. During this time, the site has grown to contest the number one position of UK online newspapers, both in daily and monthly traffic. Prior to this, he was a Director at AutoTrader. James also sits on the JICWEBS board, and is an Executive Director of BIMA.

AOP Director, Lee Baker, and AOP Chairman and General Manager of Consumer Media, Thomson Reuters Tim Faircliff welcome James to the Executive committee. Tim Faircliff comments: “The Executive Committee plays a key role in shaping the development of the AOP. I am very excited at the level of expertise and insight that James will bring. From his experience at Mail Online, he complements perfectly the strategic approach and acumen of our existing members.”

The AOP, previously a subsidiary of PPA, formally became an independent membership organisation from 1 January 2010. The move followed AOP’s need to develop initiatives specifically tailored to its members, which includes TV and radio broadcasters, newspapers and pure-play digital organisation.

James takes the place of Dominic Collins, who stepped down from the Exec Committee following his departure from AutoTrader.

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