Industry Moves: Petsky Prunier; Google; Motricity; Discovery


imagePetsky Prunier: Former *IAC* VP Bob Ennis has joined Petsky Prunier to head up the investment bank’s digital media practice. Ennis most recently served as founder and president of Tensor Advisors, a strategic consultancy and banking firm focused on new media.

Google: Delicious founder Joshua Schacter, who left Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) mid-2008, has resurfaced at Google (NSDQ: GOOG), according to TechCrunch. No word on Schacter’s new title; his LinkedIn profile calls him a “member of technical staff at Google.” Schacter made enough money from the sale of Delicious to Yahoo in 2005 to invest in other startups like Dogster and traveling site Dopplr.

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Motricity: A batch of changes: Motricity has appointed Jim Smith President and COO; Richard Leigh, SVP and general counsel; Deepak Dhawan as SVP, solutions and services; and Abe Danzinger, VP of sales and engineering. Smith is replacing former president and COO Steve Elfman, whose departure to work at *Sprint* Nextel spurred a lawsuit between the two companies. Full details on our sister site

*Discovery Communications*: Rebecca Glashow has been promoted to SVP, digital media distribution at *Discovery*, from VP. She will be responsible for brokering VOD, interactive TV, broadband and mobile content deals for Discovery’s roster of U.S. cable networks. Glashow will report to Bill Goodwyn, Discovery’s president of domestic distribution and enterprises.

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