Kate Scally handed new role at Daily Mail publisher

Mail Publishing, the company behind the Daily Mail, has moved Kate Scally into the newly created role of head of marketing and comms.

Scally has been handed the job having been head of group research, planning & comms at dmg media, which owns Mail Publishing and is part of the wider DMGT group.

Reporting to Roland Agambar, CMO, dmg media, Scally will be responsible for all cross-platform marketing communication, driving sales and demand for Mail content.

Mail Publishing is also home to titles including MailOnline, The Mail on Sunday, Metro, Wowcher, Jobsite and Jobrapido.

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