CHANGING PLACES: Jeff Siegel, Geoff Seeley, Musa Tariq…

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Group Nine Media has hired Jeff Siegel as its senior vice president of distribution. Siegel's previous role was head of syndication for Verizon's defunct streaming service Go90.

 

 

 

Airbnb has promoted Geoff Seeley to the role of global marketing director and appointed Musa Tariq as head of marketing for experiences. Seely previously held the role of media director and Tariq was most recently chief brand officer at Ford.

 

 

Ryan Linder has been promoted to executive vice president, CMO by MDC Partners. Linder joined MDC Partners in early 2013 and previously served as CMO for the U.S.

 

 

 

 

Vertical3 Media has launched Vertical3 Travel, a boutique agency dedicated to boost growth of the Miami Hospitality and Travel Business. Vertical3 Travel will be led by Juan José Núñez, founder & CEO of Vertical3 Media. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff Nasi has been appointed senior vice president of marketing and sales by MotoAmerica. Prior to this, Nasi held the role of director of marketing for 4 Wheel Parts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DDB worldwide CEO Wendy Clark will step down from the 10-woman Time’s Up steering committee. DDB Co-CCO Lisa Topol will take Wendy Clark's place on the committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tremor Video DSP just announced the appointment of Edward Shannon as the company’s new head of client success in an effort to further their commitment to client success and customer relationships.

 

 

 

 

 


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