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Jupiter seeks new CEO

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New York--Jupiter Media Metrix is seeking a new CEO to replace Tod Johnson, who will remain as chairman-CEO until the search for his successor is complete. Johnson said he is resigning because market conditions make it impossible for him to lead two companies. Johnson is also chairman-CEO of privately held research firm The NPD Group Inc., which developed the original Media Metrix Internet measurement system in 1995 and spun it off in 1997. Jupiter's two group presidents, Kurt Abrahamson and Mary Ann Packo, will divide executive duties, with Abrahamson overseeing the U.S. business and worldwide sales, and Packo assuming responsibility for the international business and worldwide strategic marketing.
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