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KRISTINE SCHILLER has been named senior vice president of Advertising Sales at Premier Retail Networks (PRN). Most recently, she was vice president, Sales for Studio One Networks.

BRYAN HACKMYER joins Winstar Interactive Media as Regional Sales Manager in New York. Hackmyer had been Northeast Account Manager for TheGlobe for the past year.

WALLY BUCHLEITNER has been named the head of the advertising sales effort in the Southeast market for Mutual Funds magazine. He had been associate publisher at Newsweek and vice president and director of advertising sales at U.S. News and World Report.

DANIEL RILEY has been named Detroit advertising director at People magazine. He had been senior account manager & Canadian advertising manager for the publications at The National Geographic Society.

TOM BRENNAN has been named senior account executive in the New York office of out-of-home company Green Light Worldwide Media Inc. He last worked in sales promotion for national and food and drug manufacturers at FrontLine Marketing and PromoWorks. Also at Green Light, TOM ANSEL has been appointed vice president and regional sales manager in the company's West Coast office, along with GREGG MORTON, who becomes account executive. Ansel had been general ad sales manager for Multivision Cable's Northern California Region for eleven years. Morton has served many years in sales and management positions. In another Green Light move, DAN BERNADEL has been brought on as senior account executive for the Southeast region. He last worked on the launch of electronic out-of- home network PortVision in New York.

GoTo.com, Inc., soon to be Overture Services, Inc., announced the addition of two senior level executives to oversee the advertiser business group and marketing functions. LISA MORITA, who joined GoTo in April 2001, serves as senior vice president and general manager of GoTo's online business and marketing and is responsible for managing the company's extensive online business. DAVID KARNSTEDT, who joined the company in September 2001, serves as senior vice president and general manager of GoTo's direct business and is responsible for leading the company's direction for medium and larger advertisers including product, sales and account management as well as developing strategic alliances.

GARY A. FOWLER has been named Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Mirantis, Inc. Fowler has over 18 years of international experience in sales and marketing management.

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