More NewsExecs & Accounts for December 20, 2004

Execs & Accounts for December 20, 2004

Picard left Bluestreak; Dynamic Logic's Jeffrey Graham goes to Starcom MediaVest; WebMD Health hired Riley McDonough.

Eric Picard left Bluestreak, a company he co-founded, to join MSN Product Planning. Picard, who was director of product management for the ad serving and management firm, says the parting was amicable. Chuck Ellis will run Bluestreak’s technology and product team going forward.

Dynamic Logic’s Jeffrey Graham left the company to join Starcom MediaVest Group. Graham will be SVP and strategic research accountability director at SMG. At Dynamic Logic, he was SVP of research development.

WebMD Health hired Riley McDonough as senior VP of consumer markets. McDonough joins from ESPN.com, where he has been VP of ad sales since 2000. Earlier he led sales and e-commerce at Spinner.com

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