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LONDON - ITV has hired Trinity Mirror's director of digital recruitment Andy Baker as managing director of its Friends Reunited business, as three of the senior management team prepare to depart with multimillion-pound earn-out bonuses.
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It is preparing an £8m ad campaign highlighting its large and UK-centric member base.
Black, who died in August 2015 aged 72, hosted the popular dating programme for nearly two decades from 1985 until 2003, and O'Grady is now fronting the revived version of the show.
Ward will switch his marketing director role for a similar role at ITV's consumer division, where he will develop a positioning for ITV's online properties. In his new role, Baker will be responsible for the main Friends Reunited site and spin-offs Genes Reunited and Friends Reunited Dating.
Michael Murphy, Tim Ward and Rob Mogford are expected to net a collective £55m, according to the reported terms of the three-year earn-out ITV set when it acquired Friends Reunited in December 2005.
After months, and for some, years, of chatting behind a screen, 50 of the Bremilham Bugs and Grammar Grubs, as they were called back in the day, got to meet face-to-face at the Carpenter’s Arms in Sherston on Wednesday, October 25.
The bugs and grubs all looked back fondly at their school years with friends they hadn’t seen since then, looking at old photographs, reminiscing about lessons and sports teams, and what they’d get up to after school such as making carts and racing each other down hills. It was really good because there was probably 20 of them who we hadn’t seen since the school days,” said Mr Sanderson.
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