Jackie's Journal Aug. 3, 20111 Aug, 2011 By: Jackie Jones
KSL Media announces that Adam Block has joined its Los Angeles office as vice president/account director.
TELEBrands announces the addition of Lynn Hamlin as its new vice president of infomercials.
Visible World, a provider of national, addressable television advertising, announces that it can create and deliver high-definition (HD) commercials so that advertisers can send customized messages to a rapidly-growing portion of TV audiences who watch HD networks.
CardFlex announces that its merchant services will be integrated into Tabulous tablets, providing qualified customers with instant, anywhere access to credit card processing.
KIDZ BOP announces that its latest volume KIDZ BOP 20 has sold 68,717 units in its first week and has entered the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at No. 2.
Muzzy, a U.K.-based children’s language program has moved all its media business to Accurate Marketing, a one-year old start up headed by the husband and wife team of Merrick and Henrietta Page. Muzzy plans to expand its business in the U.K. and Holland, and will be launching in Southern Ireland in the summer.
Cie Studios, a developer of custom Web, social and mobile applications for brands unveils www.CieStudios.com, a new website designed to showcase its finest client work.
Purolator, a Canadian integrated freight and parcel solutions provider, announces that it was awarded Logistics Quarterly’s 2011 Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Sustainability Award for demonstrating leadership in sustainable supply chain practices.
Technology company interclick inc. announces the beta release of the first self-service audience recommendation platform, Genome.
World Vision, one the largest relief and development organizations in the world, has selected Ryan Partnership Chicago from a pool of best-in-class Shopper and Promotional Marketing agencies to develop its U.S promotional strategy.
Omni Ventures Inc. announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, PRVCY Couture Inc., is expanding its marketing program to include international film outlets and media syndicates.