“Video content is a key strategic opportunity for Condé Nast, and Danielle will be heading up a dedicated central video team to work alongside our editorial and commercial teams to develop high quality video content. Danielle has enviable creative experience which has delivered proved commercial success, and it’s great news she’s joining us,” commented Harris.
In this newly created role, Danielle will be working with the brands to create an exciting schedule of programming for a combination of digital platforms. In addition to her remit for Condé Nast Britain, the role will include input for key Condé Nast International markets.
Danielle added “Condé Nast has long understood the value of creating truly premium editorial. With some of the world’s most respected media brands, Condé Nast is perfectly positioned to make an equally meaningful impact in video. It’s an incredible opportunity and I couldn’t be more excited to join the team.”
Danielle was previously Global Head of Video for i-D magazine, now part of Vice, where she launched their video offering which quickly became a significant success.
Danielle will join Condé Nast on 12th January, and will report to Wil Harris.