Execs & Accounts: T-Mobile, Zeta, Agency.com, Idearc

T-Mobile added multiple links to go2 Media sites on its T-Zones menu. Subscribers get direct access to go2 Election ’08 and Sports channels, and a custom go2 Local Directory.

Zeta Interactive hired Jason Simon, senior VP of sales. Simon recently left Epsilon, where he was VP of sales.

Brad Williams and Russell Unger join Agency.com, Chicago. Williams, creative director, worked at agencies including Avenue A | Razorfish and Arc Worldwide/Leo Burnett. Unger, information architect, worked most recently at Element 79 where he was senior information architect.

Rocawear is running a mobile campaign through the Boost Mobile and Amobee Media partnership. Additional advertisers include Acura and Fox Searchlight Pictures.

Scott Klein is named CEO of Idearc. Most recently he was an operating partner at Symphyony Technology Group, and was president and CEO of Symphony’s investment company Information Resources. Klein replaces Frank Gatto, acting CEO, who will resume his position of EVP, operations. Idearc CEO John Mueller resigned in February due to health reasons.

Lori Dicker joined Fanscape as VP, interactive media. She was previously VP of business development and digital media at Ascent Media Group.

Rubicon Project named Jarl Mohn to its board. Mohn was formerly EVP and GM of MTV and VH1. He will focus on identifying and advocating strategic moves to help quickly grow the company and the ad network optimization sector.

Response Media hired Douglas Breuer as chief operations officer. In his new position he’ll oversee operations, financial systems, and marketing. Breuer was most recently partner and director for Ketchum Atlanta.

IProspect will open a Chicago office. The SEM firm plans to open the office in September in a shared space with Carat, MMA, and Posterscope. Andrew Wheeler will serve as managing director in the Chicago location for the Midwest region.

MindComet promoted David Martin to creative director. Before joining the Orlando, FL, -based interactive agency, Martin worked as art director for WBCC TV, a public broadcasting affiliate.

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