More NewsExecs & Accounts for November 24, 2004

Execs & Accounts for November 24, 2004

Blinkx co-founder resigns; MYePages taps IPIX to enhance listings; Klein leaves The FeedRoom for CNN top job.

Kathy Rittweger, co-founder of Blinkx and the company’s most public figure, recently resigned for personal reasons. She returned home to the U.K., a company spokesperson said.

Internet Yellow Pages MYePages picked AdMission Directories to enhance its business listings. The AdMission ad templates let local advertisers market their businesses and offer coupon promotions through a tabbed interactive unit resembling a microsite.

“Integrating AdMission Directories will offer our advertisers the ability to change their advertisements as their business needs change,” said Lynn Mitchell, CEO of MYePages.

The FeedRoom CEO and Founder Jonathan Klein left his post to join CNN as president of U.S. operations. Bart Feder replaces him at The FeedRoom, where he was previously senior VP and general manager. Klein will stay on as a member of the video streaming site’s board.

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