Industry Moves Round-Up: Chris Wade, BBC Mobile, Apprupt, Johnston

Chris Wade: The former ShoZu CEO has been named executive chairman of videoconferencing service VC-Net. Mobile content sharer ShozU sold to Critical Path this year.

BBC Mobile: The Beeb isn’t commenting on C21’s report that mobile platforms managing editor Jason DaPonte to form a consultancy in September, as part of the recent FM&T restructure.

Apprupt: Mobile affiliate network Apprupt is naming former BSkyB (NYSE: BSY) sales strategy manager Jon Mundy to run business development from a new London office after securing a funding round in May, TechCrunch writes.

Johnston Press: The UK regional news publisher is naming Kjell Aamot, the former CEO of Norwegian news publisher Schibsted, to its board as a non-exec director.