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WagEd Hires HP’s Tac Anderson for Studio D Division

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Waggener Edstrom (WE) made its third high-profile hire for their Studio D division this week with the addition of Tac Anderson from Hewlett-Packard. His title is Digital Consulting Director.

Anderson joins Studio D Editor-in-Chief David Patton, and Senior Digital Consultant Paul Armstrong. Patton was at WSJ.com, and Armstrong was at MySpace, though achieved some notoriety recently as the man behind TheMediaIsDying Twitter feed.

Anderson spent two years managing HP’s social media outreach and as strategic lead for LaserJet Business Web 2.0. Other experience includes entrepreneurship ventures, and a stint as Director of New Media at BlueLine Marketing.

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TheMediaIsDying Founder Moves to WagEd

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TheMediaIsDying, a Twitter feed dedicated to “Helping flaks pitch better and update lists” according to its bio, is now a part of global PR agency Waggener Edstrom. By that we mean the feed’s founder, Paul Armstrong was hired as a senior digital consultant for WagEd’s Studio D in EMEA. Armstrong previously held the position of Manager of Consumer Corporate Communications for Myspace.

This is the second high profile hire for Studio D, who earlier this month snagged Wall Street Journal Senior Editor David Patton.