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NBCi Names Veteran to Head Sales and Marketing

NBC Internet Inc. named John J. McMenamin, aveteran of both iVillage and Time Warner, as executive vice president ofsales and marketing.

NBC Internet Inc. named John J. McMenamin, a veteran of both iVillage and Time Warner, as executive vice president of sales and marketing.

McMenamin will report to NBCi President and COO Edmond Sanctis. McMenamin will oversee NBCi’s advertising, sponsorship and integrated media sales, including strategies that tie together broadcast and cable television, radio and Internet opportunities.

He also will be responsible for overall sales and marketing of NBCi’s suite of Internet properties, including the flagship Snap portal service, XOOM.com, NBC.com, AccessHollywood.com, VideoSeeker and NBC Interactive Neighborhood.

McMenamin most recently served as vice president and general manager of sponsorship for iVillage.com: The Women’s Network.

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