The search for a new CEO for also-ran online video site Dailymotion has ended, as Cédric Tournay (pictured) has agreed to take the reins of the Paris-based site, the company said in an e-mailed announcement. Tournay is the former CEO of European health portal Doctissimo.
He replaces the company’s interim head, Ian Brotherston, who in turn stepped in for Mark Zaleski in April. Zaleski was moved over to the role of non-executive chairman and was charged with heading up international operations. With Tournay’s at the helm, Brotherston, a former BT (NYSE: BT) and AOL (NYSE: TWX) exec, will now manage Dailymotion