Marketing

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Marketing - MARKETING COMPUTER EDITOR (Kingsport Times-News)


MARKETING COMPUTER EDITOR (Kingsport Times-News)
MARKETING COMPUTER EDITOR WJHL-TV, Media General Broadcast Group's CBS affiliate in Tri-Cities market is looking for a marketing computer editor. The editor is responsible for non-linear editing of daily news topicals, image promos, special report and event promos and producing radio specs.

On Message: The Maturing Market for Marketing-Specific CM (EContent Magazine)
The new wave of marketing professionals manages by the numbers, and technology companies have emerged to serve their needs. While the market is mostly fragmented into products that serve specific marketing niches, savvy marketers are increasingly leveraging content management tools to help them work more efficiently and effectively.

Marketing - N.E.T. promotes Harty to VP-marketing and CTO (BtoB)


N.E.T. promotes Harty to VP-marketing and CTO (BtoB)
Fremont, Calif. Network Equipment Technologies, a communications equipment supplier, announced that Talbot Harty has been named VP-marketing and chief technology officer. Harty was previously CIO.

Marketing - Sports marketing firms form a partnership (Portland Tribune)


Sports marketing firms form a partnership (Portland Tribune)
Two of Portland s premier sports marketing companies are joining forces. Jacobsen Management Group a newly formed corporation that oversees Peter Jacobsen Productions has acquired SportsOne Inc.

Hornets chief marketing officers quits (New Orleans Times-Picayune)
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The New Orleans Hornets chief marketing officer has become the second executive to resign his position, officials said Friday. Team president Paul Mott confirmed the departure of Tim McDougall, who was hired by the team to increase ticket sales.

Marketing - Fleishman-Hillard launches new marketing initiative (St. Louis Business Journal)


Fleishman-Hillard launches new marketing initiative (St. Louis Business Journal)
Fleishman-Hillard formed a new global marketing initiative called Next Great Thing.

Streicher buys Texas marketing business (BizJournals)
A Fort Lauderdale fuel distribution business has bought a Texas petroleum marketing and distribution company for about $6.3 million.