More NewsExecs & Accounts for July 17, 2006

Execs & Accounts for July 17, 2006

Brightcove hires two; IndustryBrains signs publishers; Fuel Industries hires a head of licensing.

Internet TV player Brightcove hired Scot Rosenblum as CFO and Tony Dunaif as VP of content partnerships and international development. Rosenblum was Lycos’ SVP of global mergers and strategic planning at Lycos. Dunaif was SVP of biz dev at MTV Networks.

Marchex subsidiary IndustryBrains will provide its contextual ad product to several tech and financial publishers. They include ZDNet, TechRepublic, Briefing.com and several newsletters and sites run by OpenSystems Publishing.

Fuel Industries, best known for advergames and branded content, hired Mark Edwards as general counsel and VP of licensed properties. Edwards is an entertainment lawyer and producer of a number of animated TV shows.

Quigo added Cox Newspapers to its AdSonar ad network. Sites in the network include those run by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Austin American-Statesman, Dayton Daily News and The Palm Beach Post.

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