Cue Digital Media Appoints Christopher Walton as New Head of Creative and Strategic Sales

TORONTO (December 12, 2017) – Cue Digital Media, one of Canada’s leading online news, sports and entertainment media companies, announced today that Christopher Walton has joined the company as its Director of Creative and Strategic Sales. 

In the newly created role, Walton will be responsible for leading and executing captivating stories across Cue’s slate of premium digital publishing partners. His primary role will be to lead content marketing, social media strategy, sponsorship and Influencer initiatives. Cue exclusively represents multiple international media companies and publishers in Canada including CNN, Bustle, Vox, CBSi, Bleacher Report, Mashable, Crackle, Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, Business Insider and UFC. 

“Christopher’s creative vision and ability to elevate our partnership initiatives will not only excite our clients but will inspire our whole team,” says David U.K., CEO and Founder, Cue Digital Media. “The Cue brand is built on delivering innovative solutions across the industry’s most coveted platforms. The addition of Christopher will be a huge creative win for all of our partners.”

Widely regarded as one of Canada’s rising industry stars, Walton’s work has garnered numerous accolades. He won Gold in media for the prestigious Canadian Young Lions Award and was recognized as one of Marketing Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 marketing leaders along with one of Strategy’s Next Media Stars.

Walton joins Cue after holding creative, sales and advertising positions at prominent technology companies, including AOL, Microsoft and Mindshare, most recently leading sales in Canada for Xbox.

“Sometimes it’s overlooked we are in the people business and Cue’s premium publishers ensure your brand’s message is delivered in a safe environment where users are choosing to spend their time” said Walton “As media habits continue to evolve and become more fragmented, being directly involved in the content is the most effective way to ensure the consumer is spending quality time with your brand.”

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