Industry Moves: Apple; McGraw-Hill; Cablevision; NewProNet; iVillage; The Orchard; Maxus

Apple: Tony Fadell, one of the chief architects of the company’s audio strategy, is leaving Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) for good, Digital Daily reports. Over a year ago he stepped down as SVP of the iPod division, but had stayed on as an adviser.

McGraw-Hill: Keith Fox was named president of McGraw-Hill (NYSE: MHP) Construction, replacing Norbert Young who left the company last fall, Folio reports. Last October, Fox stepped down as president of BusinessWeek, having served in the position since 2007. He joined McGraw-Hill in 2000 as SVP of marketing and business development for Businessweek.

Cablevision: The company has appointed Todd Brecher to SVP and associate general counsel of business affairs. Reporting to EVP and General Counsel David Ellen, Brecher will be Cablevision’s lead attorney on corporate transactions, acquisitions and JVs. He previously was with Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) for eight years, having served most recently as VP and assistant chief counsel of corporate.

— strong>NewsProNet: TV industry veteran John Cuddihy has joined the company as head of its new international division, reporting to Chairman Bob Rodriguez. Cuddihy has previously held management positions with Sony (NYSE: SNE), ESPN (NYSE: DIS) and A&E.

iVillage: AOL’s Cate Carley joins iVillage as VP of east coast sales. Previously, she was regional sales director for AOL (NYSE: AOL), focusing on the health industry.

The Orchard: Jaclyn Ranere has been promoted to VP of digital marketing. She joined the company in 2004 and was initially responsible for North American online and mobile retail. Previously in her career, Ranere was brand marketing manager at eMusic and had run a music marketing and video production company focused on digital media.

Maxus North America: Maxus, a WPP media and marketing agency network within GroupM, has appointed Jon Kaiser as digital director for Maxus North America. Effective immediately, he will oversee digital communications in the U.S. and Canada, reporting to Maxus North America CEO Louis Jones. Kaiser most recently served as VP and director of connection planning at GreySF.

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