MySpace named a chief revenue officer, luring MTV Networks executive vice president of digital advertising Nada Stirratt to the social-networking service, paidContent reported.
MTVN told paidContent it had not yet named a replacement for Stirratt.
Stirratt said in an email to her MTVN co-workers, obtained by AllThingsD:
It is with mixed emotions that I write to inform you that I will be leaving MTV Networks. I have accepted the job of chief revenue officer at MySpace and will be starting there later in the month.
The past 3+ years have been such a wonderful experience and I thank you for the extraordinary work you all have done to make MTV Networks Digital stand for a best-in-class sales organization unlike any other in the business. Truly. We rocked the industry with our innovation, ideas, relationships and results. And we had a ridiculous amount of fun along the way. So thank you for everything. And a special heartfelt thanks to my leadership team of Kevin (Kevin Arrix), Brad (Brad Herman), Jason (Jason Witt) and Heather (Heather Hopkins): I have learned so much from each of you and will cherish your friendship.