More NewsExecs & Accounts for June 2, 2006

Execs & Accounts for June 2, 2006

Critical Mass promotes Wilkins to CEO; Oneupweb adds clients; Email Data Source hires two.

Interactive marketing firm Critical Mass promoted Dianne Wilkins from COO to CEO. She succeeds Jerry Johnston, who was CEO for six years. Managing Director Chris Gokiert will take on the additional role of COO.

Oneupweb added several SEO and SEM clients. They include The Lang Companies, Huntington Bank, Barco Products, Xirrus and Hobsons.

Email Data Source hired Chris Johnston as VP of products and Tim Skennion as VP of sales. Johnston ran product development for Viewpoint and worked on the integration of Unicast into the company. Skennion was VP of sales at Return Path.

Platinum Studios, which controls a large library of comic book characters, hired William Widmaier as president of new media. Widmaier was president of e-commerce player Point Vantage.

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