More NewsAdOutlet.Com Adds Staff, Opens New Offices

AdOutlet.Com Adds Staff, Opens New Offices

AdOutlet.com, an online marketplace forthe buying and selling of media, added five senior executives to its nationalsales team and will open some new offices.

AdOutlet.com, an online marketplace for the buying and selling of media, added five senior executives to its national sales team and will open some new offices.

Scott McCoy was named senior vice president, national sales; Brian J. Quinn was named senior vice president, Internet sales; Timothy J. Derr, becomes vice president, Midwest Region; Sam Ashenofsky was named vice president, broadcast sales, Western Region and George H. Burns was named vice president, print sales, Western Region.

McCoy and Quinn will be located in AdOutlet.com’s Manhattan headquarters, Derr will launch the Chicago office and Ashenofsky and Burns will open the Los Angeles location.

McCoy will manage the company’s overall sales efforts by introducing the AdOutlet.com concept to advertising agency media buyers and their corporate clients.

He had been senior vice president, national advertising sales for Military Channel Inc — a start-up cable television network and Web site.

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