Execs & Accounts for December 7, 2007

Yahoo Europe named Kristof Fahy vice president of marketing for Europe. Fahy was previously with Research in Motion, where he was brand marketing director for BlackBerry in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

EVB named Andrew Walter vice president of content delivery. The digital content agency created the position for Walter, who was formerly director of operations at OgilvyOne San Francisco.

L’Oreal Paris hired R/GA to redesign its Web site. The agency created a “Can I Help You?” feature for the beauty supply site to assist customers in making selections.

CBS named Delivery Agent exclusive online retailer for its consumer products. Consumer items based on the network’s shows will be available on CBSstore.com and SeenOn.com, with both sites managed by Delivery Agent.

ICE.com tapped Personal Life Media for podcast ad programs. The online jeweler will run :30 audio ads on the lifestyle podcast network.

InterClick hired six execs. The ad network named Jay Freedman, vice president of brand; Josh Cohen, vice president of media buying; Curtiss Melanson, vice president of sales; Marc Hirsch, national director of sales; Brendan Delaney, senior sales executive and Rita Kiryakos, senior sales executive.

Artnet Worldwide selected Oneupweb for a pay-per-click campaign. The art resource site also tapped Oneupweb to introduce and promote artnet Online Auctions.

WebAdvantage.net hired Paula Bragg as senior account manager. The online marketing company hired Bragg from ICAT Logistics where she was a director and coordinator.

USA Today selected Rapt Inventory Manager. The national news site will use the Rapt system to support advertising sales operations.

KnowledgeBase Marketing promoted Dennis Kooker to president. Kooker had been chief operating officer. The marketing technology company also hired Andrew Rutberg as executive vice president.

Van Houtte tapped the multiple-media.com agency to develop a Web site for Source H2O showcasing the water filtration system.

Travel Ad Network promoted Robert Sacco to vice president of marketing. The vertical ad network created the position for Sacco, who was previously vice president of sales.

Tocquigny hired Brian Heideman as interactive director. The marketing firm hired Heideman away from an account manager position at Unisys.

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