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BeOn CEO Rene Rechtman to move on from Aol with Graham Moysey, head of international, set to relocate to London


By Stephen Lepitak, -

October 1, 2013 | 2 min read

BeOn CEO and founder of GoViral, Rene Rechtman is to leave Aol it has been announced, as the company has appointed Graham Moysey as head of international within its London office.

It is understood that Rechtman is to depart to pursue ‘entrepreneurial adventures’ having joined Aol following the acquisition of Go Viral in January 2011.

Earlier this year he oversaw the evolution of the video platform with the creation of BeOn, Aol's new branded content division.

Moysey, who will relocate from Toronto, took up the role for the owned and operated business earlier this year, and will now oversee Aol's international business, reporting to Bob Lord, CEO of Aol Networks and Aol Brands CEO Susan Lyne.

He will also continue to lead the Canadian operation for the interim, while a country manager is sought, while Rechtman will remain in place until 1 November.

Bob Lord spoke to The Drum while at Dmexco on his first week in the role of CEO at Aol Networks, where he discussed the future of programmatic buying and how the company is positioned to work with advertising networks such as Publicis Omnicom.

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