More NewsExecs & Accounts: Organic, Drop.io, Washingtonpost.com

Execs & Accounts: Organic, Drop.io, Washingtonpost.com

Stoller returns to alma mater; Washingtonpost.com loses executive editor.

Chad Stoller is back at Organic. The former executive director of emerging platforms for the agency has resumed the same role after a brief stint with private file sharing firm Drop.io, where he served as VP of marketing since July 2008. Previously at Organic, he worked on accounts including Bank of America, Chrysler LLC, and Fox Entertainment.

Washingtonpost.com is losing its executive editor. Jim Brady will leave the firm, which, like many other traditional newspaper publishers, is altering its internal structure to better integrate digital media initiatives. In the past year, the site has introduced a widget for apartment listings, and shuttered a short-lived blog ad network.

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