Industry Moves: Main Street Connect; NatGeo; Twelvefold; uSamp; Kenshoo

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Main Street Connect Two appointments to the executive team: John Londono as COO/CTO and Karin Annus as chief content officer. A two-time tech entrepreneur, Londono previously was CTO of GreenLink Networks, and had founded location-based instant-messaging service radiusIM and earnings call transcription service CallStreet. Annus comes from Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI), where she was executive producer of Reuters Insider multimedia platform.

National Geographic Digital Media: Rick Robinson is now SVP of interactive product and content. In this newly created position, Robinson will lead strategic development of multiplatform digital and interactive products, content and editorial offerings.

Twelvefold Media: The targeting company promoted four former directors to VP positions: Julia Briggs Parsons to to lead product; Chris Verzello to lead west coast sales; Milena Talavera to head up engineering; and Brian Mcallister, to spearhead revenue optimization.

uSamp: Justin Wheeler joins as VP and GM to lead global operations for SurveyBuilder. He previously held leadership roles at Overture, Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) and Spotrunner, where he was instrumental in building a self-serve advertising platform.

Kenshoo: William Martin-Gill has signed on as GM of Kenshoo Enterprise, the campaign management platform for paid search and online marketing. Previously at eBay (NSDQ: EBAY), Martin-Gill was director of global search engine marketing and managed the company’s global paid search efforts and Triton platform.

Magnetic: Lou Pine has joined search retargeting firm Magnetic as VP, sales, a new position for the company. Most recently, Pine was director of east coast advertising sales for Trulia where he grew the company’s first east coast consumer advertising division.

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