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Telegraph appoints managing director of digital

The Telegraph announces the appointment of Dora Michail to the newly created role of managing director of digital.

Michail will assume responsibility for a number of areas, including The Telegraph's overall business relationships with Facebook, Google and Apple. She will also be overseeing all ad tech partnerships, trading desk relationships and helping the team to build upon its existing programmatic capability while also evolving the digital solutions offered to customers. Reporting to The Telegraph's chief operating officer Nick Hugh, Michail starts on 13 February and joins from Yahoo, where she was senior director, audience and programmatic solutions for EMEA. 

Commenting on the appointment, Hugh said: "Dora has an exceptional track record in the market and her appointment is incredibly exciting for us.

"She will help us stay ahead of the commercial strategic developments in the world of digital, and will ensure we keep producing the best commercial solutions, products and partnerships whilst also leading the charge building new enhancements and distribution in key areas of our business. We're delighted to welcome her to the team."

Michail added: "The Telegraph is a well-respected, trusted and quality brand, with a great team already leading the industry when it comes to commercial digital innovations.

"I'm really looking forward to joining and to build further on the great success that the Telegraph Media Group has already achieved."

by Lydia O'Neill 07/02/17

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