Industry Moves: Forbes; Random House; CNN Radio; Comcast; Invision; BNET

Forbes Media: Longtime Forbes exec Kevin Gentzel has been promoted to chief revenue officer, leading ad sales and marketing for North America and Europe, as well as the teams for Forbes magazine,, ForbesLife and Forbes Woman. He previously was president and group publisher of Forbes Media and earlier, chief advertising officer for

Random House: Ramping up its digital strategy, Random House has promoted Nina von Moltke to VP of digital publishing development, a new role, Publisher’s Weekly reports. Previously, von Moltke was VP of corporate development. Amanda Close is now VP of digital sales and business development and Pete McCarthy has been appointed VP of online marketing. Meanwhile, Matt Shatz, who was VP of digital and had been a primary spokesperson for Random’s digital efforts, has left the company to join Nokia (NYSE: NOK).

CNN Radio: Multimedia exec Victor Kong joins CNN Radio as VP. Reporting to EVP of CNN News Services Susan Grant, Kong will develop new audiences, partnerships and content for digital platforms. Prior to CNN, he was EVP of sales and business development at Hoodiny and earlier, VP of MySpace (NYSE: NWS) Latin America.

Comcast: Duccio Donati has been promoted to EVP — from SVP — of Comcast (NSDQ: CMCSA) International Media Group. He will now oversee E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network, Versus, Golf Channel and G4, and continue to report to Kevin MacLellan, president of the group as well as Comcast Entertainment Productions. Donati first joined the company as sales executive in 1999.

Invision: Dwight Gibbs has been appointed chief information officer, where he will lead ad sales and management tools. Previously, Gibbs spent more than 20 years in senior technology management roles with companies such as Legg Mason and Capital One.

BNET: BNET has expanded its staff, adding Paul Sloan and Christine Lee as executive editor and managing editor, respectively. Sloan, formerly a senior writer at Fortune, will oversee the BNET editorial staff. Lee, who was previously content manager of Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) Small Business, will be responsible for the site’s operations.

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