More NewsClickZ Welcomes Chris Heine, Caitie Rossman

ClickZ Welcomes Chris Heine, Caitie Rossman

At ClickZ, we've ramped up for 2010, adding two journalists to our team. Chris Heine joins ClickZ as a staff writer on the news team

At ClickZ, we’ve ramped up for 2010, adding two journalists to our team.

Chris Heine joins ClickZ as a staff writer on the news team. He will cover online marketing, including social media, online video, and brand advertising. Before ClickZ, Chris was a contributing writer at Brandweek and senior reporter at MarketingSherpa.

Caitie Rossman, copy editor, comes to ClickZ after having worked as a copy editor and editorial clerk at the New York Post for two years. Caitie, who graduated from NYU, spent summers working at an ad agency in Battle Creek, MI.

They will both be based in ClickZ’s NYC office.

Welcome Chris and Caitie!

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