Peopleware: Content Industry Staffing News for the Week of Mar. 3

Mar 03, 2011

Journalist and blogger Andrew Sullivan is leaving The Atlantic to take on a position within the recently merged Newsweek and The Daily Beast. Sullivan's Daily Dish column will take up residence within the soon to be redesigned Newsweek.

Social intelligence company Mzinga is appointing Al Nugent as its new CEO. Nugent has more than 30 years of experience in strategic management and most recently served as CTO at CA Technologies. Nugent is also a member of several advisory and industry boards and sits on the board of directors of Adaptive Computing.

Really Strategies is bringing aboard Christopher Hill as its new vice president of product maanagement. Hill will be responsible for developing a product strategi for Really Strategies' line of products, including RSuite and DocZone. He has a 13 year history working with companies to optomize content workflows.

Covario Inc. is adding Harrison Magun to its executive team. Magun, who will take over the role of senior vice president of paid media and analytics solutions, joins Covario from Microsoft, where he most recently headed sales, account management, and analytics for the Ad Tools and Technologies division.