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indieWIRE ANNOUNCEMENT: Brian Brooks and James Israel Promoted at iW

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire January 4, 2007 at 3:45AM

We are pleased to announce the promotions of two members of the indieWIRE team in New York City. Brian Brooks has been named Managing Editor at the company, while James Israel has been named Marketing and Operations Manager. Both are based in NYC. Brooks joined the indieWIRE staff seven years and has written for the publication since its inception ten years ago. He is part of the editorial management team planning and writing daily news and feature content. James Israel began working with indieWIRE at Sundance in 2001, joining the staff two years later. He handles advertising sales and operations in New York, while also producing the popular indieWIRE Presents series at Apple Store Soho.
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We are pleased to announce the promotions of two members of the indieWIRE team in New York City. Brian Brooks has been named Managing Editor at the company, while James Israel has been named Marketing and Operations Manager. Both are based in NYC. Brooks joined the indieWIRE staff seven years and has written for the publication since its inception ten years ago. He is part of the editorial management team planning and writing daily news and feature content. James Israel began working with indieWIRE at Sundance in 2001, joining the staff two years later. He handles advertising sales and operations in New York, while also producing the popular indieWIRE Presents series at Apple Store Soho.

Meanwhile, at GMD Studios in Orlando, two new members of the indieWIRE team started working with the publication late last year: Chris Campbell, a Production Supervisor for GMD, is a Web Developer for iW, while Lisa Hope is an Assistant Producer at GMD Studios. For more information about the entire indieWIRE team, please visit the iW.com about section.