No — not that OMD — the other one.
OMD, the Omnicom media company — and been without a US Chief Executive since Joe Uva bailed out last year to become CEO at Univision, has finally found a replacement.
The “winner” — Alan Cohen, who used to work at IPG, will become the Chief Executive of the US. Cohen will report to North American chief executive Page Thompson. The agency is still without a worldwide chief executive though — and is still looking to fill that gig with a warm body.
Daryl Simm, head of Omnicom Media Group has been running OMD on a global basis on an interim basis.
Cohenâ€™s appointment follows a number of changes at the media agency including the appointment of John Raj from Visa to head up the agencyâ€™s digital operations and Scott Hagedorn who was appointed as the agencyâ€™s East Coast boss recently.
Cohen, who is currently president of Initiative’s western region, has previously held positions at ABC, NBC and 20th Century Fox.
Last week, Omnicom Group, which also owns BBDO Worldwide, DDB Worldwide and PHD, posted a 14 per cent lift in net income to $208.7 million (Â£104.8m) year-on-year.