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iXL, Los Angeles, named John Farina, formerly president-CEO of the Quintar Co., Sunnyvale, Calif., president. Mr. Farina succeeds Trip Davis, who's been promoted to president of iXL West, Los Angeles.

Software company Headspace, San Mateo, Calif., signed a deal with Columbia TriStar Interactive to use its Beatnik interactive technology to add music and sound to 22 of Columbia TriStar's entertainment sites. Sites set to receive music include "Party of Five," "Dawson's Creek," "Mad About You," "Ricki Lake" and "The Nanny."

Lycos selected iPrint, to be the exclusive online print shop on Lycos and Tripod sites. Under the multiyear alliance, users will be able to create, proof and order products such as business cards, stationery, mouse pads and coffee cups.

Yahoo! Real Estate is now providing content from theschoolreport.com, a site that provides public school information and a division of National School Reporting Services. The School Report allows users to review more than 13,000 U.S. school districts.

iXL, Atlanta, has allied with @radical.media to collaborate on interactive accounts and share production staff, combining @radical.media's traditional TV production capabilities with iXL New York's Internet and video technology expertise. Also as part of the agreement, @radical.media will provide iXL with exclusive referrals in the interactive area.

PECO Energy launched its consumer choice energy education site created by US Interactive, Malvern, Pa. The site is designed to give information to consumers about which company will supply their electricity in 1999 and beyond, as the market deregulates.

IDG Online Network and CNN Interactive are expanding their alliance to include locally produced technology on CNNenEspanol.com.

Careermosiac is offering new free e-mail for its users, provided by Internet communications application company Chek.

Copyright August 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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