Execs & Accounts for July 23, 2007

Adam Gerber leaves Brightcove. The VP of advertising products and strategy for the Internet TV service has left the company to pursue other unnamed interests.

Stardoll named Glenn Ginsburg senior vice president of advertising sales. The online entertainment destination for girls hired Ginsburg away from a position as vice president of interactive sales at Comedy Central/MTV Networks.

Red Bricks Media opened a New York office. The San Francisco-based interactive marketing agency hired Stanley Wang to serve as operations director of the office.

Pulse 360 appointed Jeffrey Kamikow VP of agency sales. The sponsored links company and division of Seevast hired Kamikow from World Wrestling Entertainment, where he was the East Coast sales director for its WWE.com property.

Eidos Interactive selected Double Fusion to represent ad sales in its games. The publisher and developer of entertainment software, has signed a three-year deal with the in-game advertising firm for dynamically-served advertisements and product placements.

LeadPoint hired Steve Horton as general manager, consumer lending. Horton joined the online leads exchange marketplace from a position as senior vice president of LowerMyBills.

Promax/BDA hired Jill Lindeman as general manager. Lindeman was previously a consultant for the non-profit electronic media marketing association.

Jumpstart Automotive Media promoted Aaron Nichols to vice president, West Coast sales. The automotive advertising network promoted Nichols from vice president, regional dealer groups. Nichols replaced Chad Beasley who was promoted to vice president of marketing.

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