More NewsExecs & Accounts for February 4, 2008

Execs & Accounts for February 4, 2008

Glam Media hiresYahoo's Zamanian; WebTrends adds four senior staff.

Glam Media hired Dr. Kiumarse Zamanian as vice president of its Evolution ad platform. The women’s media ad network created the position for Zamanian, who previously led Yahoo’s product management team of media advertising infrastructure platforms.

WebTrends hired four execs. The Web analytics and online marketing firm named Kathleen Brush chief marketing officer; Bruce Kenny VP of engineering; Kory Kimball VP of client services; and Alex Yoder MD of North American sales.

UrbanDaddy hired Benjamin Sulzer as West Coast sales manager. The e-mail newsletter for affluent men wooed Sulzer from a strategic account manager position at IAC.

InterMedia Outdoors selected Format to develop its digital strategy. The agency will create online applications for the publisher’s 17 hunting, fishing and shooting magazines.

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