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Here is a roundup of some of the latest executive-level hirings and exits in the world of digital media business…

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Here is a roundup of some of the latest executive-level hirings and exits in the world of digital media business…

Univision Radio: Evan Harrison has been appointed EVP of content and entertainment. Reporting to President Jose Valle, he’ll be based in New York. Prior to joining the company, Harrison was chief creative officer at Van Wagner Communications.

Precision Health Media: The company has picked up a new VP of marketing and $1 million in funding. Matthew Fink joins PHM from Johnson & Johnson, where he most recently was integrated marketing manager. The round of funding comes from Cava Capital and the Conyers Group, with participation from previous investors Metamorphic Ventures, and angels including Geoff Judge, partner in iNovia Capital, David Arcara, Jamie Driver, and Richard Forman of Health Venture Group.

NBCUniversal: Four executives join the Integrated Media senior leadership team: Hilary Smith has been named SVP of communications and integrated media marketing, after having served as SVP of communications for NBCUniversal (NSDQ: CMCSA) Entertainment & Digital Networks and Integrated Media (E&DN/IM). Bari Komitee has been promoted to VP of marketing and events, IM, from director, women at NBCU, IM. Lenore Moritz is now VP of communications, IM and iVillage, in which she’ll lead communications for IM. Craig Coleman has been upped to VP of partnership marketing, IM. He was most recently director of marketing, Green is Universal, Healthy at NBC and Hispanics at NBCU for IM.

Rocket Fuel: Former Lotame Solutions CMO Eric Porres joins Rocket Fuel as chief marketing officer. He previously co-founded digital marketing and strategy agency Underscore Marketing and prior to that, co-founded political marketing firm Pericle Consulting. He is also the founder of Classelist, a web and mobile platform for parents and schools.

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