AOL Inc.’s heads of online ad sales and corporate communications are leaving as part of the Internet company’s latest management reorganization.
Jeff Levick, who headed up global sales for the company and was responsible for its global advertising strategy, is leaving the company, said CEO Tim Armstrong.
In his place, Ned Brody is being promoted to the new position of chief revenue officer and president of AOL Advertising, where he will oversee the company’s global owned-and-operated advertising, global network business, sales and advertising and publishing products.
A Google veteran of more than six years, Mr. Levick joined AOL in 2009 to head up its sales and revenue plans and oversaw its strategy to bring in brand ad dollars. At Google, he led the search giant’s North American marketing and sales group. He now becomes the latest Google veteran to leave AOL.
The company also reported the departures of two other key executives, Lauren Hurvitz, head of public relations, and human resources head Kathy Andreasen, also known as AOL’s chief people officer.