Execs & Accounts for November 3, 2006

User-generated video site GoFish elected Peter Guber to its board of directors. Guber is chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment. He was previously CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment and studio chief of Columbia Pictures Films. GoFish went public earlier this week.

Schematic hired Joey Lott as senior software architect where he will be part of the multimedia platforms group. Lott is the author of several books about Flash, including Flash 8 Cookbook (O’Reilly, 2006) and Programming Flex 2 and the Flash 8 ActionScript Bible (Wiley, 2005).

Dennis Publishing will join the FeedBurner advertising network. Feedburner will also deliver RSS feeds for the publisher as part of the deal.

Apple interest sites MacNN.com, MacRumors.com, and MacInsider.com joined the NetShelter Branded Network (NSBN). The NSBN network has grown from 12 members at its launch in May to include nearly 50 sites.

Craig Wallace was named CEO of Brandimensions. Under Wallace’s stewardship, the company plans to spin out two companies: BrandProtect and BrandIntel. Wallace previously served as President and CEO of AOL Canada. He also acted as General partner of IceAngels, a private equity firm in the Toronto area.

Connelly Partners hired Kevin Zelechoski as interactive brand supervisor for several accounts, including Ocean Spray, TripAdvisor, New England Ropes, Innoveer, InnoCentive and the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation. Most was a project manager at Digitas.

MediaBrains promoted Gina Danesi to VP of client services. She joined in 2000 as project manager and client trainer, prior to which she was director of education at New Horizons Denver.

Revenue Science hired Misty Gibbs as VP of sales for its behavioral network. She was director of strategic national accounts at ValueClick Media, prior to which she was VP of sales for Fastclick.com.

Agency.com launched a campaign for Food Network. Online ad units feature on-air chef Alton Brown asking various food trivia questions.

Real Branding promoted Bob Johnson to general manager. He joined in 2004 as VP of client management and was earlier a co-founder of Ketchum Interactive.

Brian Robbins returned to Fuel Industries as executive producer and gaming evangelist. He left for Game Trust less than a year ago.

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