News Corp’s MD for digital revenue Cameron King to depart after 10 years

News Corp’s managing director for digital revenue, Cameron King, is leaving the company after 10 years.

King first joined News Corp in 2008, where he was an advertising products manager for News Digital Media.

King first joined News Corp in 2008

Since then, King has taken on roles including head of digital sales strategy, digital commercial director for News DNA and managing director of digital advertising.

As a result, he will also resign his position as chair of the IAB Australia Board, a role which he has held since the departure of Nicole Sheffield from News Corp.

Damian Eales, News Corp’s chief operating officer, publishing, said King had been a great contributor to the business.

“Cam’s leadership has had a significant impact on our digital operations,” Eales said. “I understand and respect his decision to seek opportunities beyond News and wish him well for the future.”

King said it was a difficult decision to leave.

“It’s the right time for me to look at opportunities beyond News,” King said. “I’m incredibly proud of what we have achieved and know that I leave the business in great shape. I wish the team continued success for the future.”

It is not clear where King is headed.


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