Dow Jones Expands Corporate Communications Offer
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Dow Jones Expands Corporate Communications Offer

Dow Jones & Company has appointed two public relations veterans to its corporate markets group.

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NEW YORK—Dow Jones & Company has appointed two public relations veterans to its corporate markets group, which focuses on providing solutions including research, media monitoring and analysis, and media relations for corporate communications and public relations professionals.

Andrew Eberle, formerly executive vice president of information services at the Constituency Management Group within the Interpublic Group, will serve as US regional sales director and Lusine Kodagolian joins as media consultant from the public affairs research and analysis office of the Secretary of Defense.

At IPG, Eberle worked closely with the company’s public relations firms including Weber Shandwick and GolinHarris and led cross-agency efforts to increase information tool adoption and client service offerings for measurement and media information management. Earlier, he held various roles in IT at The Weber Group and spearheaded the startup of an in-house interactive agency.

Kodagolian, who will lead media measurement and analysis projects, was a senior consultant for the public affairs research and analysis office of the Secretary of Defense and earlier served as media research and analysis manager with Hill & Knowlton government services. She also held public relations positions with Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, Siemens Corporation and DaimlerChrysler.

 

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