Roll Call: Hearst, Alliance for Audited Media, Emanate and BOLD Communications Group

Neeraj Khemlani has been named SVP and chief creative officer at Hearst Corporation. In this new role, Khemlani will work with Hearst’s creative teams, managers, and group heads across the company to support and enable them in the creation of user experiences on all screens and printed pages. Khemlani was formerly vice president and general manager of Yahoo! News & Information as well as Yahoo! Originals. (Release)

Andrea Levy has been named director, advertiser/agency business development at Alliance for Audited Media. In her new role, Andrea will develop new services and foster relationships with current and new advertisers and ad agency members. Before joining AAM, Andrea served as interactive director for Packet Media Group, a community newspaper publishing company, where she was responsible for a variety of tasks including communication, product development, revenue generation, marketing, events and sales training. (Release)

Emanate, an Omnicom DAS company with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, London and Munich, named Catherine Douglas as vice president. Ms. Douglas formerly served as group manager, corporate affairs; as VP, she will help manage the company’s Bank of America account. (Crain’s)

Charleston, SC-based BOLD Communications Group announced plans to merge with Pearson DeBoer Creative Solutions (PDCS) of Salisbury, NC effective January 1st. The newly expanded BOLD will offer strategic marketing and communications services to businesses, nonprofits, entrepreneurs and experts in a variety of industries. Patrick Pearson, a PDCS partner and Salisbury resident, will serve as vice president and general manager of the newly combined company while Jonathan Weaver, creative director for PDCS, will retain his title. (Homepage)

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