Just a few days after he turned his access card, Patrick Lauzon has been appointed Senior Vice President, Interactive Marketing Solutions Of TC Media. He officially starts on July 22.
Starcom MediaVest has hired Scott Atkinson as their new Vice President of Digital and will be responsible for leading the TD digital media team.
So who’s ready to take the role of Yahoo Canada’s Country Manager? One name we’ve had linked as a possibility is Simon Jennings, who was recently honoured with a lifetime achievement award. He worked there before heading up sales, and built Olive Media from the ground up so certainly well equiped for the role, but would he take the role if it were offered to him?
Kobo continues to make investments in their global eReading platform, today the company has announced the appointment of Colin Bettam as their new Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). As part of his role, Colin will be responsible for responsible for building and expanding the Kobo brand internationally through comprehensive strategies across multiple disciplines, including marketing, brand and
The Ad Club took time to honor Simon Jennings with a lifetime achievement award which is given to individuals for their work in the Canadian digital industry. This was the first year the industry association has given out this award.
As we reported yesterday, Patrick Lauzon left Mediative which he helped for form as a division of Yellow Pages Group (YPG). This leaves an immediate gap at the helm, but we aren’t sure who will fill it. The choice really comes to YPG looking internally or externally.
Guelph-based Inbox Marketer has announced they have hired Matt Vernhout, as the company’s new Manager of Deliverability, Chief Privacy Officer (CPO). As part of his role, Matt will be responsible for ensuring that Inbox Marketer’s clients continue to achieve industry-leading deliverability and that they comply with all current and future privacy regulations including CAN-SPAM, PIPEDA and Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
If at first you don’t succeed, try again, the CRTC has just announced they have approved Bell’s second bid to acquire Astral Media, a deal worth $3.4 billion. The CRTC first denied the deal last fall, but Competition Bureau approved it back in March 2013. As part of the new deal, Astral will sell its pay and specialty television channels,
We’ve heard from multiple sources that Transcontinental issued a number of layoffs today, from what we’ve been able to gather 10 individuals from the digital and editorial side have been let go.
We’ll keep you posted as we learn more…
After more than five years at the helm here as Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications St. Joseph Media, Karen Cleveland is leaving the media company. Karen will be joining ChickAdvisor as their Vice President, Marketi