More NewsExecs & Accounts for November 22, 2006

Execs & Accounts for November 22, 2006

Transitions at WB, Almighty launches environmental site, Premium Network adds biz sites.

Boston-based agency Almighty has redesigned the Web site for not-for-profit group The Climate Project. The site was developed to raise awareness of global warming and assist in training people to give the presentation featured in Al Gore’s film An Inconvenient Truth.

Warner Bros. has moved its VP of corporate business development and strategy, Vicky Colf, to a new role heading up its new Warner Bros. Advanced Digital Services and Technology Systems Development operation, as reported by Variety. The studio is moving technology staff previously stationed in its defunct Online division to the new unit.

Premium Network has included 12 new niche business sites in its site representation roster in the tech, health, business, teen, education and gaming categories. The sites include HealthCastle.com, GameAmp and FactMonster.com.

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