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Adsmovil has announced the return of Andrew Polsky as its first Chief Revenue Officer. In this newly-created role, Polsky will oversee monetization, national sales, agency partnerships, and client services in the U.S.
Intermarkets has welcomed Luke Rosche-Ritchie as Junior Account Executive. He’ll be responsible for serving the needs of the firm’s advertisers and helping them reach their marketing goals.
Liz Blacker has been tapped by Univision as SVP of Branded Content revenue. She will be responsible for all aspects of UCI’s Branded Content Revenue and Experiential Studio with a primary focus on driving new and incremental revenue for the company.
Omnicom Media Group’s OMD U.S. has hired former WPP executive Rolf Olsen as Chief Analytics Officer. In this newly-created position, he will lead a team of more than 120 marketing and data scientists.
Laurie Rosenfield has been named Senior Vice President, People Development, Human Resources, at CBS Corporation. In her role, she will focus on senior executive development, using her blend of skills as a certified executive coach, talent evaluator, and communicator.
Publicis Media (PM) is promoting Ben Cronin to global head of the group’s Media Sport and Entertainment (PMSE), replacing Robin Clarke. Cronin will look to further accelerate the sport and entertainment practice.
Endeavor Global Marketing has appointed Robin Clarke as its new senior vice president. In his new role, Clarke will be based in London and will oversee the company’s international team of brand marketers.
Doug Sweeney has been appointed as CMO of One Medical, a growing healthcare company. Sweeny will be building out the startup’s in-house marketing practice while continuing to work with agencies.
VaynerMedia has created a new role specifically for Ryan Fey, who departed Omelet, the creative agency he co-founded, last year. In his new role, Fey will serve as executive vice president to oversee the Los Angeles office’s client services team.