Head of Creative Alison McKay leaves Clyde

After more than twenty years working on radio creative campaigns, Radio Clyde’s Head of Creative Alison McKay has taken the decision to leave the company.

She’s off to pursue a new challenge, with immediate effect.

Paul Tyler, Script Writer & Commercial Producer will take over as Interim Head of Creative and has wished Alison all the best for the future: “I would like to wish her every success in her new venture; Commercial producer, Stewart Grieve has worked closely with Alison for over thirteen years, bringing her copy to life, by recording and editing her words in the studio and consistently producing great sounding commercials.

“I, myself, was recruited by Alison six years ago. Working alongside Alison as a copywriter and producer, I have been privileged enough to work on a range of successful radio campaigns and, thanks to Alison’s leadership, I currently enjoy a reputation among advertisers for engaging and effective ideas.”

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 at 11:00 am by RadioToday

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