BRAD BALL has joined Moroch Partners as senior partner. He was the former president of Warner Bros. Domestic Theatrical Marketing.
GUY MURPHY has been named global planning director at JWT. He most recently served as deputy chairman of BBH.
BETSY CARTER has been named editor-at-large of Tango.
Medical Broadcasting Company has named MICHAEL DU TOIT as senior vice president, management supervisor. Previously, he was vice president, client services and business development at TMX Communications in Philadelphia.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has named WENDY TURETT-ROSS research director. Turett-Ross joins Kiplinger’s from Meredith Corporation, where she was marketing research manager.
Siegel+Gale has appointed DOUGLAS B. STONE as group director of interactive media, a new position. Prior to joining Siegel+Gale, Stone was CEO of online marketing and multidisciplinary design firm, Abstract Edge.
Marchex has added ANNE DEVEREUX to its board of directors. Devereux currently serves as CEO of TBWAWorldHealth and CEO of LLNS, both divisions of Omnicom Group.
DEREK SHORKEY joins MacLaren McCann Vancouver as managing director. Shorkey was president and co-founder of independent Vancouver agency, Pineapple Group, which has been merged into the local McCann operation.
The p.i.n.k. Spirits Company has named LONNIE CHARLESON as executive vice president, director of sales. Most recently, Charleson was the senior vice president and director of sales for Boz Spirits.
Popular Science has named PETER MICHALSKY as marketing director; CHRISTOPHER YOUNG as account manager; and MATT BOUYEA as a San Francisco representative.
DDB Canada hired RICHARD SANDOR as managing director of the Vancouver office. Previously, Sandor worked at DDB London as global business director on Nestle Purina, as well as European and UK Business Director on DDB's J&J account.
G2 Promotional Marketing has appointed MARY LINEBURG as managing partner of the Dallas office. Prior to her promotion, Lineburg served as vice president management supervisor.
R&R Partners has named BEN GORDON managing director and MATT SILVERMAN as public relations director of the agency’s Phoenix office.
CurtCo Media has named ELIZABETH RITTER as managing editor of Worth magazine. Ritter joins Worth after four years as managing editor of Time4 Media’s SHOT Business.
CurtCo Media has promoted JOHN DORFMAN, most recently senior editor at Art + Auction magazine, to senior editor. JOSEPH JACOBS joins the magazine as a New York-based correspondent and consultant on art. Lastly, KENNETH BAKER joins as a San Francisco correspondent.
CHRIS DRESSELHUYS has re-joined Meyer & Wallis as account director on the Palermo Villa business in Milwaukee and TERRY KRALL has re-joined the agency’s Indianapolis office as art director.
TM Advertising has hired WILL CLARKE and BERNARD PARK as creative directors. Clarke's recent agency experience includes stints at DDB, McCann Erickson and Square One. Park joins the agency from Rapp Collins where he was a vice president, group creative director.
The Fish Can Sing, an international brand communications agency, has named JULI TOLLESON as associate director. She will oversee the Motorola Global Public Relations and Buzz Marketing business, while further developing the agency’s relationship with Diageo and Nike in North America. In addition, DANNY WIRTZ joined the company as account director, after spending five years with Cornerstone Promotions, where he oversaw the online marketing and field promotion department.
VideoEgg has added MICHAEL HESS as vice president of sales; ERIC KLOTZ as director of network development; and SEAN MAHONEY as an account executive. Hess most recently served as associate publisher for The New Yorker and Rolling Stone magazines. Klotz previously served as supervisor for the department of emerging media platforms at OMD. Mahoney most recently spent eight years at ESPN.
Medical Broadcasting Company, a Digitas company, has named NAVARROW WRIGHT, SVP of technology; STEPHEN CHILES, SVP and account group supervisor; ALEX GOCHTOVTT, director, research and analysis and CARA LEVINSON, director, business strategy.
Boelter + Lincoln has promoted MICHAEL STODOLA to creative director. Stodola joined the agency in 2000 and was promoted to associate creative director in 2002.
MARC HERNANDEZ joined Tribal Fusion as vertical sales specialist -- Entertainment. He most recently served as director of sales, western region for Eyeblaster.
R/GA has formed MEMA (Mobile and Emerging Media/Applications), a new capability offered to meet the growing demand for mobile marketing strategies and nontraditional advertising campaigns. RICHARD TING, VP, executive creative director of the group, will oversee the MEMA team. In addition, WEBSTER LEWIN was named director of mobile marketing and CLAUDIA BERNETT as a leading interaction designer to the group.
Cornerstone has named STEVEN JUSTMAN as executive vice president and general manager of Cornerstone and Cornerstone-owned FADER magazine. He most recently served as vice president of global media at the NBA.
LION New Media has named MICHAEL KOONTZ as vice president of business development. Most recently, Koontz worked for MSNBC.com as manager of partner programs.
JAVIER SALOM, the former vice president of international strategic marketing at Miramax Film Corp, has been appointed director of business development at Incredimail.
LYNN BRINDELL has been named senior vice president, marketing, of The Weather Channel. Brindell will oversee and have leadership responsibility for all marketing functions for the network. She previously served as senior vice president of marketing and creative services for Food Network, where she was responsible for all brand positioning and consumer marketing strategies for the network's programming and content extensions.