More NewsExecs & Accounts for December 15, 2004

Execs & Accounts for December 15, 2004

Avenue A/Razorfish hires two GMs; Juxt builds site for a storied literary journal.

Avenue A/Razorfish hired two regional general managers. Colin Kinsella takes charge of the agency’s San Francisco and Los Angeles offices, and Mark Stephens heads the Chicago office.

Kinsella led business development for online marketing and tech company QuinStreet. Earlier, he was an EVP at Foote Cone & Belding. Stephens was a media and account director at Carat Interactive.

Juxt Digital built a new site for The Paris Review. The 50-year-old literary journal was founded in 1953 by George Plimpton, and was the first to publish writers such as Jack Kerouac, Adrienne Rich, and V.S. Naipaul.

Freeze.com tapped Zedo for online ad management. The site provides desktop wall papers and screen savers.

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