More NewsExecs & Accounts for December 26, 2007

Execs & Accounts for December 26, 2007

Good Health hires four; Hola Networks signs two pubs; AirG helps troubled kids.

Good Health Advertising hired four execs. The online media firm hired Todd Kapner as national sales director; Denis Amo as senior vice president, publishing and business development; David McClain as national account executive; and Rebecca Bishop as senior account director.

EmpleosCB.com and HogarLatino.com signed on with Hola Networks. Specializing in the Hispanic market, the ad network will provide ads for Career Builder.com’s Spanish language site, as well as for home improvement magazine Casa Y, a Hogar Web site.

AirG donated mobile ads in support of Kids Help Phone in Canada. The mobile community donated over $200,000 to raise awareness of the telephone and online counseling and information service for young people.

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