ID Media Grows in L.A.

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ID Media, one of the nation's largest direct marketing media services agencies, is expanding its West Coast operations with new hires and a promotion in its Los Angeles office.


The agency hired Jay Knott and Andrew Garber as account supervisors. Alyse Livingston heads the Los Angeles office's interactive marketing initiatives as senior account executive-interactive. Dennis Barr was named senior project manager, and Jeanette Trang is account executive.


Amy Armstrong was promoted to senior vice president and director of client services from vice president and director of client services.


The Los Angeles office recently moved to a Wilshire Boulevard location. ID Media has more than 150 employees in Los Angeles, Chicago and at its New York headquarters. Services include media buying, planning and analysis for all direct media.


ID Media is part of Interpublic Group of Companies Inc., a New York-based agency holding conglomerate. ID Media is the direct marketing media agency of record for American Express Co., Johnson & Johnson, AARP/United Healthcare Insurance Co., Verizon and L'Oreal Paris. Non-AOR clients include HBO, DeVry University, Lending Tree and Aventis' Allegra.


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