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AOL Hires B-to-B Vet as Global CMO

December 12, 2012

AOL's Group has named Allie Savarino Kline global cmo as the former Internet-access giant continues to shift its brand toward digital advertising. Savarino, a b-to-b marketing vet, will come over from 33Across after serving in the same role for the Washington D.C.-based social data firm during the last 20 months.

Kline has an interesting, two-decade resume, including founder of social networking book club Sisterwoman and marketing exec for the NBA's Washington Wizards. But it was her breadth of b-to-b sales experience—global marketing lead for companies like Unicast and Brand Affinity Technologies—that seemed to land her the new gig. Kline will start in January, filling the Group's first-ever global cmo role.

"Her experience in brand management, marketing and advertising for technology-focused organizations makes her a perfect fit for this role," said Ned Brody, Group ceo, said in a statement. "As the group has grown, the need for a dedicated leader focused on marketing our broad range of solutions across display, video and mobile has become paramount."

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