Industry Moves: MySpace; Sprint; Vehix; CGS; IHT; IAC; Fox

MySpace: Jeff Berman has been promoted to EVP-marketing and content from GM-MySpaceTV. He will lead the development of marketing initiatives and oversee the growth of the social network’s various franchises, He reports to CEO and co-founder Chris DeWolfe. Berman joined the company in 2006 as SVP-public affairs.

Sprint: CFO Paul Saleh, CMO Tim Kelly, and Mark Angelino, president of sales and distribution, are leaving the company effective this Friday. More at our sister site

Vehix: Meade Camp joins as its COO. He will lead the effort to expand distribution, local video production partnerships and quality content aggregation. Most recently, he was senior director-interactive sales at NBC Local Media.

Championship Gaming Series: CGS announced its new executive team, consisting of Geoff Stevens as COO, Michael Burks as executive producer, Kieve Huffman as SVP-business development and sales, Michael Widman as general counsel, Scott Valencia as SVP-operations and Jason Katz as VP-global marketing. They join CEO and commissioner Andy Reif. (Release.)

International Herald Tribune: Publisher Michael Golden is returning to New York to focus on his position as vice chairman at the New York Times Co (NYSE: NYT). Stephen Dunbar-Johnson is his successor, effective immediately. Dunbar-Johnson, with the IHT for 10 years, most recently was EVP. His main goals are to develop new revenue sources and increase integration with NYT. (IHT.)

IAC: Craig Smith has been promoted CEO of ServiceMagic, Inc. from SVP-consumer division. He will report to chairman and CEO Barry Diller. ServiceMagic co-founders Rodney Rice and Michael Beaudoin will transition to co-chairmen and serve as advisers. (Release.)

Fox News : Former MTVN (NYSE: VIA) SVP Bob Flood has been named VP-integrated sales and insights for Fox News and Fox Business Network. The Hollywood Reporter says he will report to Paul Rittenberg, senior VP-advertising sales, and will be responsible for selling its television and digital assets, as well as the *Dow Jones* partnership and advertising vehicles. Prior to working at MTVN, Flood was executive VP, director-electronic media and chief strategist at Optimedia International.