Turbine, Inc. has announced changes to its management team, naming Jim Crowley as president and CEO.
The move is one of many recently made by the company, including the addition of Craig Alexander as vice president of product development and Walt Yarbrough as executive producer.
"I'm excited to have the opportunity to play a role in Turbine's continued growth and success," commented Crowley. "Turbine has an incredible team, industry leading technology and a portfolio of franchises that are without peer. I look forward to working closely with our entire team and our global business partners to continue to invest in, and accelerate, our domestic and international success."
Prior to joining Turbine, Crowley was COO of mobile media company m-Qube and COO of Network Plus, a telecommunications and data provider. Crowley had been working for Turbine in a management capacity for a number of months before being named CEO.
Founded in 1994, Turbine is reponsible for the online franchises Asheron's Call, Dungeons and Dragons Online: Stormreach, and The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar.
There was no immediate word from Turbine regarding the fate of former president and CEO Jeff Anderson.