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Immedia Media appoints Oswin Grady as publishing director of Radio Times

Immediate Media announces the appointment of Oswin Grady as the new publishing director of Radio Times.

 

Oswin Grady ()

 

Prior to joining Immediate, Oswin was group managing director at Time Inc. UK, responsible for the specialist portfolio which included Country Life, The Field, Horse and Hound, and their cycling titles. Oswin has over 20 years’ experience in publishing, including responsibility for a portfolio of Time Inc’s women’s weekly and television listings title, TV & Satellite Week. 

Oswin Grady says: “I’m hugely excited to be joining such an iconic and successful brand as Radio Times and look forward to being part of the team continuing to drive the growth of this great magazine.”

 

Radio Times ()

 

Oswin will be responsible for Radio Times print title, reporting to Radio Times Managing Director Kathy Day. 

Kathy Day adds: “We are delighted to welcome Oswin to Radio Times. Radio Times continues to go from strength to strength, and Oswin’s wealth of experience will be invaluable as we continue to drive its growth. I am looking forward to working with him to further develop the brand.”

Immediate Media is a member of FIPP.

 

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