Changing Places: Jonathan Hills, Jonathan Landman, Liz Van Lenten, Bob Gehringer…

Eva Dillon, President of Reader’s Digest Community, announced that Jonathan Hills, Director, Digital Programs of RDAi, has been named General Manager of readersdigest.com, effective immediately.

The New York Times has announced that Jonathan Landman, deputy managing editor and a member of the masthead, has been named culture editor for the newspaper and NYTimes.com, reporting to executive editor Bill Keller. He succeeds Sam Sifton, who was recently appointed restaurant critic.

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide (Ogilvy PR), has announced that Liz Van Lenten has joined the agency as executive vice president and group director of its Chicago Consumer Marketing Practice.

MobiTV, Inc., has announced the appointment of Bob Gehringer as Vice President of Advertising and Brand Partnerships. Bringing more than 20 years of advertising experience to MobiTV, Gehringer will be responsible for managing and growing the company’s advertising sales and strategic brand partnerships.

Hydra, announce the appointment of Brian Walby as Senior Director of Media Sales. Walby brings nearly two decades of sales and management experience to one of the industries fastest growing companies.

comScore, Inc. has announced the promotion of Gregory Dale to Chief Operating Officer. In this new role, Mr. Dale will oversee comScore’s operating activities, including the company’s Product Management, Custom Analytics and Technology groups.


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