Relocations: 05.20.11 | Street Fight


Relocations: 05.20.11

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Comings and goings in hyperlocal.

TroopSwap, a website focused on daily deals for the military, has named a new board director along with a $585,000 funding round: Kelly Perdew, CEO of FastGames and a former Army Ranger. … Hyperlocal ad sales talent wanted: by virtually everyone. DNAInfo, the Manhattan hyperlocal publishing company, is among them. … Journal Register hires another former staffer, naming Steve Buttry engagement director, joining former TBD general manager Jim Brady, hired in March. …. Merrill Brown joins Main Street Connect as strategic adviser and Jack Schofield has been named publisher of MSC-Massachusetts as part of Main Street’s acquisition of his site …

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