— Maxim Digital: Alpha Media Group, which now owns Maxim after its sale by Dennis earlier this year to Quadrangle Capital Partners, has appointed Douglas Warshaw, Co-Founder of Motionbox to Chief Digital Officer, Maxim Digital. Warshaw will oversee content and technology for Maxim Digital. Concurrent with that, Todd Anderman, President, Maxim Digital has resigned his position and has agreed to stay on with the organization through the end of the year to lead the transition, the company said. Previously, Warshaw was VP, Primetime programming for CNBC. Warshaw is in Monaco as well at the MMF, and I’ll have a short interview with him tomorrow, on his plans for the “new new” group.
— CNET Networks: It has announce another senior sales executive: Dave Morris, a former Time Inc. executive, is joining the company as SVP of Network Sales, responsible for overseeing CNET Networks’ (NSDQ: CNET) corporate sales accounts. Most recently Morris was president and publisher of Entertainment Weekly and EW.com. Earlier last month the company announced that Stephen Colvin, former president and CEO of Dennis Publishing, publisher of Maxim, Stuff and Blender magazines, joined the company as EVP, heading its entertainment and lifestyle properties.