— Southern Progress Corporation: Tom Angelillo has retired from the company, after 14 years as its CEO, SPC tells us. He began his 33-year tenure at Oxmoor house books, eventually becoming president. Angelillo added a direct-selling operation and digital ventures, including MyRecipes.com and MyHomeIdeas.com. He also oversaw the launches of the magazines Cottage Living and Coastal Living.
— HealthCentral Network: HealthCentral has promoted its VP Jeremy Shane to president and COO. Responsible for audience growth and user engagement, he’ll oversee day-to-day operations and report to CEO Christopher Schroeder. The move follows Peter Horn’s recent appointment as chief revenue office.
— Crackle: Eric Berger, SVP of digital networks at Sony (NYSE: SNE), will run Sony’s video site Crackle. In addition to managing the digital networks group’s operations at Sony, he will now oversee content development and marketing for the online video network. Prior to Sony, Berger was VP of strategic planning at Time Warner (NYSE: TWX). Release.
— iCrossing : Brad Harrington has joined iCrossing as Chief Innovation Officer. He will lead the digital marketing agency’s social media practice, reporting directly to president and CEO Don Scales. Harrington was president at the SF-based agency Cutwater, co-president of Seattle-based Cole & Weber, and founder of The Media Stable and Medicus New Media, both media- production companies.
— Lotame : Social media advertising tech firm Lotame has hired former AOL-er Adam Lehman as its new COO. Lehman spent a number of years leading new business initiatives as an SVP with AOL; but he most recently served as president and COO of GeniusRocket, a site that lets Web designers and other creatives compete for new ad business. GeniusRocket launched back in 2007.
— TMP Directional Marketing : Local search and yellow pages marketer TMP Directional Marketing (TMPDM) has named Michael Flanagan CEO. Flanagan is succeeding Stuart McKelvey, who’s leaving his post as CEO to head a company called Health Diagnostics. Flanagan joined the company as CFO in 2003, and was promoted to president in August.