Execs & Accounts for November 5, 2007

AOL parent Time Warner named Jeff Bewkes chief executive officer and president. Bewkes succeeds Dick Parsons, who will remain chairman. He was previously president and chief operating officer.

iCrossing reorganized to integrate its Proxicom and Sharp Analytics brands. The digital marketing company shuffled its client services teams by vertical industry. The company also named Brian Powley chief client officer and Dave Johnson EVP of operations.

Critical Mass named Scott Shamberg SVP of its media and marketing division. The interactive services firm, a unit of Omnicom, recently consolidated its media and marketing groups into the one division.

Mimeo.com named Thomas Karrat executive vice president, sales and marketing. The on-demand digital printing company created the position for Karrat, who was previously senior vice president of sales for Yahoo HotJobs.

DoubleClick Performics claimed 52 new affiliate marketing advertisers. Over the third quarter of 2007 the performance marketing division of DoubleClick added clients including 6th Avenue Electronics, LensCrafters, XM Radio and others.

Linkstorm hired one exec and promoted another. The advertising technology company hired Scott Waxenberg as vice president of sales, and promoted Scott Kolber from vice president of sales to senior vice president of business development.

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