More NewsExecs & Accounts for January 7, 2008

Execs & Accounts for January 7, 2008

Two depart Google; Samsung taps Brickfish for user gen campaign; Souders departs Yahoo for mystery Google gig;

Two Googlers have left the company. Product Manager Nathan Stoll and Senior Experience Designer Kevin Fox have left Google to pursue new opportunities. Fox will join an unnamed start-up, while Stoll has not disclosed his plans.

Seven-year Yahoo vet Steve Souders has left the company to join Google in an unspecified role. In his most recent role, Souders was Chief Performance Yahoo, prior to which he held several other positions including leading the My Yahoo development team.

Samsung selected Brickfish to power its “Your ‘Baby Love'” contest. The electronics manufacturer tasked the online content marketing platform firm with managing users’ video submissions of their versions of Pussycat Dolls lead singer Nicole Scherzinger’s song “Baby Love.”

The Pennsylvania Tourism Office tapped Red Tettemer to promote Groundhog Day. The agency created a video experience at GroundhogDuel.com to drive consumer engagement in the run up to Punxsutawney Phil’s appearance on February 2.

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