Twitter is hiring Doug Brodman as the platform's new U.S. agency development director assuming the responsibilities of Stephanie Prager who has been elevated to lead global agency development.
Reporting to Prager and based in New York, Brodman will lead the platform's American team to help agencies and their clients create programming, content and media solutions.
Brodman has spent the past five years at Google as a part of the U.S. agency team, leading strategic deals & partnerships with the largest U.S. media agencies and top clients across media & entertainment, CPG, automotive and retail.
During that time, he is credited with playing a critical role in growing YouTube's presence in the upfront marketplace and helping to shift traditional TV dollars onto the YouTube platform.
Prior to Google, Brodman helped to oversee the sales marketing efforts of the NBC Universal Olympic programming for three years, including initiating the first-ever full live streaming of the Olympic Games in the 2012 London Olympics.
He also spent six plus years as a part of the Publicis family, launching and leading the Procter & Gamble digital media buying practice.