Fox's Gambelli Retires, Collins Moves Up To Head Ad Sales

Veteran media-buying and selling executive Marianne Gambelli is retiring as president of advertising sales of Fox Corp. 

She will be replaced by Jeff Collins, who has been executive vice president of advertising sales for Fox News Media. He will have the title of president of advertising sales, marketing and brand partnership.

Collins will oversee ad sales efforts for Fox Entertainment, Tubi, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes, and Fox News Media, which includes Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.

Prior to his time at Fox, Collins was with Turner Broadcasting for 18 years, where he held a number of senior executive positions.

Gambelli first came to Fox in 2017 as president of ad sales for Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. A year later she moved to become president of advertising for all of Fox Corp. She replaced Joe Marchese, who was  president of advertising revenue for the Fox Networks Group. 



Before her work at Fox, Gambelli was chief investment officer at Horizon Media; with that media agency for five years. Previous to that she was at NBCUniversal for 22 years. In addition, she held media-buying executive positions at Grey Advertising and Backer Spielvogel Bates.

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