19 JUN 2020

NBCU ANNOUNCES LEADERSHIP CHANGES, SKY GLOBAL AD AND PARTNERSHIP PLANS

KC Sulivan was appointed as President and Managing Director. Together with Andrew Mortimer, named Senior VP of global partnerships, he will give brands access to an intelligence lab's technology and research, among other assets.

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Following its announcement about its OnePlatform advertising management service, NBCUniversal has appointed two senior executives to run its global advertising and partnerships for NBCUniversal and its European TV Sky operations.

 The company appointed KC Sullivan, former president, and managing director of CNBC International, as President and Managing Director of NBCUniversal and Sky Global Advertising & Partnerships to run its global advertising and partnerships for NBCUniversal and its European TV Sky operations. Andrew Mortimer, previously Sky Media U.K.’s director of client strategy, was named senior VP of global partnerships for NBCUniversal + Sky Global Partnerships.  He will lead a team of targeting international marketers seeking an opportunity to purchase all across NBCUniversal and Sky.

The two Comcast colleagues will work together to provide global brands and agencies access to their audiences, talent, technology. Brands will also have the ability to use research and insights from a new global intelligence lab. The companies said that Sullivan, Mortimer, and Raven will work closely with Krishan Bhatia, executive VP for business operations and strategy for NBCUniversal.

Sullivan will work closely with Sky Chief Business Officer Patrick Béhar. Mortimer will report to Sullivan and Béhar. Max Raven, who was senior VP for CNBC International’s commercial agency Catalyst, will lead Advertising & Partnerships for Global News.