More NewsExecs & Accounts for June 5, 2006

Execs & Accounts for June 5, 2006

EyeWonder brings back founding CEO; iFilm hires Fisk to lead marketing; WebTrends lands Microsoft.com business.

EyeWonder’s founding CEO has returned to the helm. John Vincent launched the rich media firm in 1999 and has been its chairman since then. He replaces David Breckling, who will remain on EyeWonder’s board while “pursuing other opportunities.”

MTV-owned iFilm hired Linda Fisk as VP of marketing. Fisk was VP of online marketing and analytics for Scripps Network, where she oversaw marketing and PR for FoodNetwork.com, HGTV.com, DIYNetwork.com and other sites.

WebTrends landed Web analytics responsibilities for Microsoft.com. The assignment followed a multi-vendor review.

Tacoda promoted Anne Hunter to VP of data and analytics. She’s been VP of revenue operations since last summer, prior to which she was director of sales.

Harte-Hanks hired Glen Hartman as SVP of digital marketing for data-based marketing solutions, and promoted Jeannette Kocsis to VP of digital marketing in the same group. Hartman was previously managing director of Horn Group. Kocsis led online marketing for Harte-Hanks’ direct agency.

Interactive marketing firm imc2 hired Mike Lavey as VP of finance. Lavey was most recently CFO for Lighting Science Group Corporation.

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