The Globe and Mail appoints new VPs

Roger Dunbar has led The Globe and Mail's sales department to consistent year-over-year revenue growth. Andrew Saunders's online selling approach has led the paper to a rapid jump in digital revenue. Promotions were in order, and publisher and CEO Phillip Crawley made it official on Monday.

Roger Dunbar is now The Globe and Mail‘s new VP of digital media and business development, and Andrew Saunders is VP of advertising sales for all of the paper’s properties.

Dunbar joined The Globe in March 2004. He was previously VP of advertising sales and marketing. Saunders has been with The Globe for four years, most recently as director of advertising sales. Previously, he led integrated sales for Bell Globemedia (now CTVglobemedia) and corporate sales for The Globe‘s properties.