Thursday, April 30, 2009
  • Google's Levick Named Top AOL Ad Exec

    AOL, which is expected to be spun off from Time Warner, this morning announced that Jeff Levick will join the company as its top advertising executive. Levick, who was vice president-industry development and marketing at Google, follows former Google ad sales chief Tim Armstrong, who was recently named AOL Chairman-CEO. Levick, whose title will be president-global advertising and strategy at AOL, will be responsible for Platform-A, AOL's advertising business, as well as developing global revenue strategies. The movement of top executives from Google to AOL will likely fuel ongoing speculation that Google might ultimately make a play to acquire AOL. ... ...Read the whole story

  • Hillkirk Named Editor, 'USA Today'

    After David Hunke was named president and publisher of Gannett's USA Today, he promoted John Hillkirk as editor. Hillkirk had been executive editor. He fills a post last held by Ken Paulson, who left in February to become president of the Newseum and Freedom Forum. ...Read the whole story

  • LIN Goes Mobile With NOW
  • ION Promotes Marino To VP, National Sales
  • ECD Christmann Exits Cliff Freeman
Dear Bev: What do I say about money when my past job paid more than the one I'm interviewing for?

In a market with more candidates than jobs, a willingness to be flexible on title and salary is more and more commonplace. So how do you position yourself as a genuinely interested and qualified candidate versus ...More