Kokich promoted to CEO of Avenue A/Razorfish

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Clark Kokich has been promoted to the new position of CEO of Avenue A/Razorfish.

Kokich was previously worldwide president at Avenue A/Razorfish, an interactive marketing and technology services firm that is an operating unit of aQuantive, Inc.

"This promotion reflects the tremendous success Clark and his leadership team have had, first in building the leading interactive agency in the US, and now in steering the company's rapid global expansion program," said Brian McAndrews, president and CEO of aQuantive in a statement.

Kokich joined Avenue A/Razorfish in 1999. No one was available for comment on the structural changes when this story went to press.

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