— Bravo Digital Media Suejin Yang has been named VP of Bravo Digital Media. She’ll manage strategic development, content, operations and new business opportunities for BravoTV.com and report to Lisa Hsia, EVP of Bravo Digital. Previously, Yang was VP of product development for MTV and VH1 Digital.
— Bookish: Caroline Marks has signed on as CEO for the yet-to-be-launched digital platform led by Hachette Book Group, Penguin and Simon & Schuster (NYSE: CBS). She is replacing Paolo Lemgruber, who is leaving the company. Most recently, Marks was GM of Meredith’s digital parents and lifestyle platforms.
— Copyright Clearance Center: Michael Healy joins as executive director of author and publisher relations. He’ll be responsible for developing new products for author and publisher communities. He previously was executive director of The Book Rights Registry, the non-profit organization set up as a result of the Google (NSDQ: GOOG) Book Settlement, representing the interests of the rightsholder community. Earlier in his career, he was editorial director at Nielsen BookData.
— FRWD The digital marketing agency announced the launch of its FRWD Talent Services, which will be led by creative and media recruiter Kathryn Duncan. A 15-year marketing veteran, Duncan first started working with FRWD in 2010.