Net2Phone, Hackensack, N.J., an Internet telephony company, appointed Morris Berger as chief marketing officer, a promotion from VP-marketing.
Eric Jackson was named chief marketing officer and member of the executive committee for Corporategear.com, New York, a site under development as a digital marketplace for the promotional products industry. Mr. Jackson formerly was director of global media strategy, Andersen Consulting.
WorldGate Communications, an interactive cable TV service provider, named Bud Breheney as VP-advertising for the company's strategic programs division. Mr. Breheney most recently was VP-local ad sales, Food Network and Home & Garden Television.
Middleberg & Associates appointed Barbara Kohn general manager of the Internet-focused public relations agency's San Francisco office, from senior VP, Brodeur Worldwide, San Jose. Middleberg represents companies including GoTo.com, The Standard and CBS MarketWatch.
Shooting Gallery, New York, a multimedia provider of content, services and production facilities for the advertising, film and entertainment industries, named Paul Speaker president-worldwide entertainment, a promotion from president-marketing for the company.
SportsPrize Entertainment, Los Angeles, named David Kenin, former president of CBS Sports and most recently a new technology consultant, chairman-CEO. SportsPrize Entertainment owns and operates SportsPrize.com, a sports and entertainment site.
Former executives of interactive shop Illusion Fusion!, New York, left to found Complete-e Strategies, a New York-based Internet strategy company. Ron Dayan, Complete-e Strategies president-CEO, formerly served as exec VP-strategy at Illusion Fusion!.
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