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OOH Today's People Moves Weekly Scorecard

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OOH MOVES

As the Outdoor Advertising Industry moves, OOH Today keeps you up to date with a summary report, every Friday.  All the moves in Agency, OOH planning and buying services, new hires, promotions, OOH Providers and Sellers. Here’s your weekly score card!  The latest #OOH related changes.  12 Moves this week.

Since the Annual conference was this week, staff changes were at a slow pace.

As typical at these conventions, networking is heavy creating excellent employment recruiting and search opportunities. The next several weeks typically rain with moves.

 

Do you have Industry info to share? Email your promotions, new hires, changes, departures, leads, questions, comments or tips to: BillBoard@OOHToday.com  Complete anonymity guaranteed.

 

OOH People Moves

Moving Up— PROMOTED

 

Moving Up

Bobby Carnaghi

Bobby Carnaghi,
PROMOTED, Senior Account Executive at Advision Outdoor, Advision, Tucson AZ

Previous-
Advision Outdoor Advertising, Account Executive, Tucson AZ, 7 years
Lotus Corp KLPX, Sales Representative, Tucson AZ, 10 years

 

 

Moving Up

Ralphy Perez

Ralphy Perez,
PROMOTED, Sr. Field marketing Specialist, Spectrum Reach, Orlando, FL

Previous-
Spectrum Reach, Field Marketing Specialist, Orlando, 1+ yrs

 

 

 

Moving Up

David Bernstein

David Bernstein,
PROMOTED, VP National Sales, Captivate, NYC

Previous-
Captivate, National Sales Director, NYC, 6+ yrs

 

 

 

Moving Up

Joanna Campbell

Joanna Campbell,
PROMOTED, Assistant Division Director, Intermodal Division at Georgia Department of Transportation, Atlanta, Georgia

 

Previous-
Georgia DOT, Sr. Transportation Counsel, Atlanta, 14+ yrs

 

 

Moving Up

Carlos Wigle

Carlos Wigle,
PROMOTED, VP Creative Director at McCannXBC, NYC

Previous-
McCann NY, Creative Director, NYC 5+ yrs

 

 

 

Moving In—HIRED

 

Moving In

Ashley King

Ashley King,
HIRED, Account Manager, MilkMoney, Inc. LA

Previous-
Wilkins Media, Sr. Associate, Acct. Services, 2+ yrs

 

 

 

Moving In

Meaghan Diamond

Meaghan Diamond,
HIRED, Director of Creative Operations, TBWA\Chiat\Day, Santa Monica

Previous-
MullenLowe, VP, Creative Recruiter, LA 1+ yrs
Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Associate Director, Recruitment, LA 3+ yrs

 

 

Moving In

Andrew Weltner

Andrew Weltner,
HIRED, Marketing at Stewart Filmscreen, LA

Previous-
OUTFRONT Media Digital Supervisor, LA 3+ yrs
Clear Channel Outdoor, Digital Media Coordinator, LA 7+ yrs

 

 

 

Moving In

Bill Houck

 

Bill Houck,
HIRED, Biz Dev Executive, Associated Posters, Roanoke, VA

Previous-
Lamar Advertising, VP GM, Palm Springs, 25+ yrs

 

 

Moving In

Kristy Day Joins Talon as Director of Client Management

New hire’s 15+ years of experience in Out-of-Home business development is major key for company’s forecasted global growth

Talon announces its newest member of the team, Director of Client Management for Talon US, Kristy Day. Day joins Talon—the U.K.’s largest independent Out-of-Home (OOH) media specialist which recently began building a footprint in the US with the purchase of Grandesign—with a mission to wrangle new business opportunities as the company brings the most sophisticated OOH buying services globally.

Day is responsible for developing new business at Talon and assisting with all things OOH campaign and media buying.

At Lamar Advertising, Day led digital innovation and national digital sales, transit and airport OOH teams that together generated more than $127 million for the company last year. Additionally, she headed all national training and development, mentoring over 95 people in 2018 alone. Day is a member of Outdoor Advertising Association of America, Inc. (OAAA) and serves on the OAAA Marketing Committee.

When Day isn’t building the best OOH team globally, or dominating all sales and strategy goals, she is enjoying life in New Orleans, Louisiana with her husband and two sons. Visit www.talonoutdoor.com.

 

Moving In

Out-of-Home Industry Veteran Andrea Messimer-Henley

Messimer-Henley to Serve in Senior Sales and Business Development Role for Digital Out-of-Home Agency

Adomni, announced that out-of-home (OOH) industry veteran, Andrea Messimer-Henley, has joined the company as senior director of sales and business development.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have someone of Andrea’s caliber joining our team,” said Jonathan Gudai, CEO of Adomni.  “Andrea is one of the most well-known, well-rounded and respected executives in the industry today.”

“After we discovered Andrea’s depth of knowledge and vision regarding programmatic platforms, we knew we had found the link we were looking for to take our company to an entirely new level,” said Larry Grella, executive vice president of sales and business development for Adomni. We believe she will play a significant role in helping the Adomni team reshape the future of OOH.”

In this new role, Messimer-Henley will be responsible for driving sales activities to strategically grow Adomni’s network of advertising screens inventory while also attracting and retaining advertiser clients.

“This is probably the most excited I have been in my entire career,” said Messimer-Henley. “… as part of the Adomni leadership team, I am afforded the opportunity to introduce a user friendly, network-agnostic, single-point, unified platform that offers an Amazon-buying experience to the world of outdoor advertising.”

Prior to this role, Messimer-Henley held positions at Adams Outdoor, Clear Channel, Outfront and CBS Radio Circle Graphics.

 

 

Moving On—

 

Stephanie Gutnik, leaves Broadsign after more than six years. Originally hired as a marketing copywriter, Stephanie became an integral part of the company and a fixture at industry events, en route to a fruitful tenure as VP of Business Development. Click here ⇒Gutnik farewell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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