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140 Proof Expands Executive Team to Build on Lead in Social Advertising

Written on
October 2nd 2012
Author
Press Release

SAN FRANCISCO (October 2, 2012) – Social advertising company 140 Proof today announced that it has expanded its leadership team with the appointment of two senior executives. Sean Cowan (pictured right) has been hired to fill the newly created position of Vice President of National Sales.  Michael Cascio (pictured left) has ... more...

Quick Hits: AOL Adds e-Commerce App to Ad Units and More

Written on
September 21st 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Through its Pictela branch, AOL has introduced the “window shopper” e-commerce app for its premium format units, allowing ad viewers to “try it on,” so to speak. And what happens in the digital window stays in the digital window, as data from the user’s e-commerce experience is not collected ... more...

Welcome Aboard: GetJar’s Mork Moves to Google

Written on
August 15th 2011
Author
Bryn Durgin

After more than three rollercoaster years at GetJar, Chief Marketing Officer Patrick Mork has decided to move on to Google as marketing director for mobile applications starting the first week of September. Mork will remain at GetJar until August 19. ValueClick announced the opening of their newest office location in Atlanta, Georgia. The ... more...

Welcome Aboard: Brody Bumped Up at AOL as Levick Plans Exit

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July 25th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Ned Brody is moving up to the position of chief revenue officer and president of AOL Advertising, basically replacing Jeff Levick who will be leaving after a six-week transition period. (Nicholas Carlson over at Business Insider has sources suggesting CEO Tim Armstrong was doing Levick’s job and making ... more...

“90210,” Myxer Launches Web-to-Mobile Campaign

Written on
September 2nd 2008
Author
Kathleen

ADOTAS – Denanana, denanana … tch tch tch! The new iteration of the notorious zip code show is going to invade mobile content site Myxer’s home page for the next three days. Called the “Red Carpet,” the mobile marketing program was designed to give entertainment studios and marketing agencies a leg ... more...