Hyundai Motor America has named Brian Miller its new vice president of marketing, responsible for overseeing all marketing and advertising for the automaker in the U.S.
Most recently, Miller was director of marketing for Continental Automotive Systems. Prior to that, he worked at Ford Motor Company from 1977 to 2001.
“Brian brings a wealth of marketing experience in the automotive industry,” said Finbarr O’Neill, president and chief operating officer for Hyundai Motor America. “We believe he will be a great new addition to our team and will play an important role in helping us achieve our goal of Tier One status.”
The online ad-serving agreements keep coming.
German ad serving firm Falk eSolutions AG, which just last week launched operations in the U.S., has signed a new ad-serving client in ad network Adtegrity.com.
Adtegrity’s online advertising network consists of 250 Web sites and delivers over 1.3 billion ad impressions per month across several vertical content categories.
Meanwhile, 24/7 Real Media has re-upped its ad-serving agreement with Aviation Week‘s AviationNow.com. The ad company’s Open AdStream Central product will be the site’s exclusive ad serving product.
Aviation Week is a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies.
DoubleClick has signed several new clients to use its Ensemble marketing automation software — a product line spawned from its acquisition of Protagona in November 2002.
New customers include General Motors’ OnStar subsidiary, Orbitz, Lycos, and two unnamed financial services companies.
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