More NewsExecs & Accounts for August 27, 2007

Execs & Accounts for August 27, 2007

Avenue A / Razorfish names Chris Bowler to lead digital media in Chicago; IPG's Greg Johnson goes to GGL.

Avenue A / Razorfish hired Chris Bowler as VP of digital advertising in its Chicago office. He was previously media director for Agency.com, overseeing online media strategies and search. Earlier he was with Campbell Mithun Esty Advertising in Minneapolis.

GGL, a media network focused on video game culture, hired agency bigwig Greg Johnson as chief marketing officer. Johnson was EVP, global director of digital innovation for McCann WorldGroup, and a founder of IPG’s Emerging Media Lab. Earlier he held various roles at Digitas including president of agency services and chief creative officer.

Swisscom Mobile has launched an ad-enabled mobile music video service with support from Ad Infuse and Minick.

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