Tue, Sep 20, 2005
  • ERIC HEALY has joined Mullen as senior vice president, group marketing director in the company’s relationship marketing group. Healy comes to Mullen from Arnold Worldwide in Boston, where he was responsible for the Vonage business. Healy will lead strategic relationship and brand marketing efforts for TripAdvisor, 3Com, and GameTap.

  • Intégrent has named MARC KIVEN senior vice president and general manager of network operations. He joins the company from Right Media where he served as senior vice president corporate development.

  • ContextWeb has added ROSS H. GOLDSTEIN to its board of directors.

  • BERIT DOTTS has joined Empower MediaMarketing as senior market manager. Dotts joins Empower from Media Dotts, a firm she launched to handle media planning and buying for various clients. Prior to that, she was senior broadcast negotiator for Mindshare/J. Walter Thompson in Denver.

  • Bluestreak has hired BRIAN CAVOLI as senior director of strategic marketing services. Most recently, Cavoli built the search marketing group in the U.S. for MPG Media Contacts. Prior to that, he was interactive media director at Carat.

  • TIM O’MALLEY, SIMON TUPLIN, JAMES KING and RON TAPIA have joined the creative department at davidandgoliath.

  • GREG SCHWARTZ has been named vice president advertising sales, CNNMoney.com. Most recently, Schwartz was the National Accounts Director, Automotive & Finance for Yahoo!.

  • CLARK KOKICH has been named worldwide president of aQuantive. Most recently he served as president of Avenue A | Razorfish’s west region and before that was president of Avenue A’s Seattle and Chicago offices. Prior to Avenue A | Razorfish, Kokich held executive positions with Calla Bay retailers, AT&T Wireless and Cole & Weber.

  • AOL has named ERIK FLANNIGAN as its vice president, programming. Flannigan will fill a newly created programming post, overseeing four distinct entertainment Web sites on AOL and AOL.com including Moviefone, AOL Music, AOL Radio, and AOL Television. Flannigan was most recently vice president of programming for Buena Vista Datacasting.

  • JOHN SPIROPOULOS has joined MediaVest as vice president, broadcast research director. Most recently, he served as partner, associate director of MindShare's Consumer Insights/Media Research & Development group where he developed research for clients such as Novartis, Mattel, Unilever, American Express, NexTel and 20th Century Fox.

  • Lopez Negrete has formed a direct marketing department to service existing and prospective clients. HARRISON DOUGLAS KLINE has been tapped to lead the department.

  • JASON L. RAPP, executive director, corporate planning for The New York Times Company, has been named vice president of strategy and operations for NYTimes.com.

  • Turner Broadcasting System has named BROOKS JEWELL as public relations manager, advertising sales and marketing. Jewell joins the company from Showtime Networks Inc. where she was senior publicist, corporate communications.

  • LATINTHRE3 has appointed CAROLINE HORNER as vice president of client services. She has been charged with spearheading the firm's Client Services group across all of its offices in the U.S. and Latin America. Prior to joining LATINTHRE3, Horner was an executive at Organic where she held such positions as vice president of corporate development, vice president of client services and integration, managing director of the Detroit office, and director of client services.

  • JOE DUGAN has been named to the newly created position of senior vice president of CNN Digital Ad Sales. Most recently, Dugan served as vice president and sales manager of CNN Ad Sales. In this position, Dugan managed one of three sales teams responsible for generating ad revenue for CNN, CNN Headline News, CNN Airport Network and CNN.com. He joined CNN in 1993 as a sales planner.

  • DAVID CARTER has joined BBDO New York as a senior creative director. Carter joins the agency from Fallon, Minneapolis where he served as senior art director.

  • Publishing Group of America has named JILL MELTON editor of Relish, a food magazine launching next year. Melton worked at Cooking Light for fifteen years.

  • Rainbow Media Holdings has expanded its distribution arm internationally, and GLENN OAKLEY, Rainbow Media’s senior vice president of business development, will lead the newly created Rainbow International division.

  • HOLLY SAUNDERS has been named marketing director of National Geographic Adventure. Saunders will be responsible for all marketing and sales activities for the magazine. Saunders has been with National Geographic Adventure since its launch in 1999.

  • Boone/Oakley has hired CHARISSA RAGOT as account coordinator, responsible for Dialog Telecommunications and Bloom accounts. Previously, Ragot was an assistant producer at NBC News Channel’s national production facilities in Charlotte.

  • DEWAYNE MARTIN has joined TheLadders.com as vice president of strategic partnerships. In this role, Martin will develop and lead the company's partnership marketing program. Martin was the founding general manager of Forbes.com and managed the launch of the Web site.

  • Deutsch has made a bevy of promotions in its Los Angeles office. CHRISTIAN COCKER was promoted to senior vice president, account planner. He joined Deutsch in 2000 as an account planner. LOUISE GEORGESON was elevated to senior vice president, account director. She joined Deutsch in 2001 as a vice president, account director. KIMBERLY GETTY is being promoted to vice president, account director. She joined Deutsch in 2003 as an account director. ADAM GRAVES is being promoted to vice president, account director. He joined the company in 2004 as an account director. JULIE NOTARO was promoted to vice president, associate director, interactive producer. She joined the agency in 2004 as an associate director of interactive production. Lastly, ERIN ROALSTAD was promoted to vice president, account director. She joined Deutsch in 2000 as a senior account executive.

  • KIMBER STERLING has joined Reactrix Media Systems as vice president of marketing. Sterling comes to Reactrix from TiVo, where he served as the director of advertising and research sales since 2003.



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