Industry Moves: Current Media; Travel Ad Network; Comcast; Everyday Health; Adap.tv

This story was written by Tameka Kee.
Current Media: Paul Levine has been appointed to lead interactive content and ad strategy as president of new media for the Al Gore-founded company, ClickZ reports. He takes on a role previously held by Joanna Drake Earl, who now serves as COO. Most recently, Levine was VP of marketing at AdBrite; prior to that, he headed up the yellow pages, maps and classifieds business at Yahoo.

Travel Ad Network: Anthony Katsur has joined the travel content aggregator as CTO, a new role within the company. Formerly COO of Heavy, he helped launch Husky, the video ad firm's monetization platform. Prior to Heavy, Katsur served as COO of Panther Express Corp; his tenure also includes seven years of tech development experience with DoubleClick.

Comcast: Cyndi McClellan has been promoted to EVP, program strategy and research at *Comcast* Entertainment Group; she will oversee program evaluation and research for E!, Style, G4 and FEARnet. Previously SVP, research and programming strategy, McClellan helped build E!'s "Movies We Love" franchise and recently spearheaded a research initiative that dug into the 18-34 male demographic for G4.

Everyday Health: The health company has hired a new VP and promoted four of its marketing executives. Carolina Petrini takes on the role of VP of research, having previously served as SVP of marketing solutions for *comScore*. Scott Wolf and Greg Jackson have been promoted to EVPfrom SVPof sales and marketing, respectively. Laura Klein is now SVP of sales and marketing, and Lori Flynn steps into the post of VP of sales development.

Adap.tv: Eric Lan has joined the video ad tech provider as VP of engineering. Lan most recently served as VP, engineering at business intelligence and analytics software firm Birst. Prior to Birst, he held a number of senior leadership roles in tech development at firms like E.piphany and Hyperion Solutions (which was acquired by Oracle in 2007). Release.


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