Jeffrey M. Cavins has resigned as president/CEO of Loudeye Corp. to "pursue other opportunities," according to a statement released Feb. 1 by the Seattle-based digital services company.

NEW YORK -- Jeffrey M. Cavins has resigned as president/CEO of Loudeye Corp. to "pursue other opportunities," according to a statement released Feb. 1 by the Seattle-based digital services company.

Succeeding Cavins as president/CEO is Michael A. Brochu, who was most recently chairman/CEO/president of e-business company Primus Knowledge Solutions. Brochu has served on the Loudeye board of directors since December 2003.

Cavins was named Loudeye chief in March 2003.