Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia names new execs

New York Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO) has appointed a new cfo and named four executives to its Internet business segment.

Howard Hochhauser is promoted to cfo; he joined the company in 2000 and served as vp finance and investor relations.

In the online division, Holly Brown is named president; Thomas Mueller is vp, creative director; Christine Cook is vp, interactive advertising sales; and Robert Kernen is assistant vp director of product management for the Internet. The company is preparing a relaunch and expansion of

Brown, who has worked as a consultant at MSLO since October 2005, was previously chief of staff for Yahoo coo Dan Rosensweig.

Mueller was creative director at ArnoldOne New York , working on integrated marketing campaigns for clients including Hershey’s, Royal Caribbean and Pfizer. He had also worked at web marketing design firm Razorfish.

Cook was most recently vp sales at IAC Partner Marketing, serving such sites as Expedia and Ticketmaster. She previously worked at the Financial Times and The New York Times.

Kernen was director, advanced television and emerging platforms at A&E Television Networks, and previously worked with Networks and WebTV Networks.

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