More NewsExecs & Accounts for March 13, 2006

Execs & Accounts for March 13, 2006

Viewpoint hires Jason McKay to lead Unicast and new search practice; Atomic Fusion adds clients.

Viewpoint hired Jason McKay as VP and general manager. In the role he’ll oversee the company’s Unicast ad solutions unit and a new consulting practice focused on search. Previously, McKay was in charge of Sony Electronics’ interactive advertising and its alliances with Yahoo, MSN, Google and other Web companies.

Interactive agency Atomic Fusion added several clients. They include consulting firm Kurt Salmon Associates and Top of Mind Networks, a provider of “ROI solutions” for the mortgage industry.

iCrossing hired Dewane Woodley as lead developer of emerging technologies. He has been a software engineer for Lucent Technologies, AT&T Bell Laboratories and Citicorp Mortgage, among others.

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