Changing Places

Raul Trujillo has been named Sales and Marketing Director for MundoHispanico, Georgia's largest Spanish-language newspaper.

Fernando Madeira has just been named CEO of Terra Networks Latin America. He had previously served as General Manager at Terra Brazil, a position that he had occupied since 2002. In his new role, Madeira will focus on optimizing online advertising opportunities, broadband service penetration, plus content and services available in the network of sites.

Richard Ross, from Tampico Beverages, was promoted to Vice President of Marketing.In his new position, Ross will continue to build the company's brand equity through new product innovation, consumer and trade advertising and public relations in domestic and international markets.

Publicitas LHM, the national Hispanic print media advertising sales company, announced the appointment of Marión Mézáros as Regional Account Director for the West Region, and Mitch Korn as Regional Account Director for the Northeast Region.Ms. Mézáros is a seasoned advertising and media sales executive with over 10 years of multicultural media planning and ad sales experience in the Los Angeles market. On the East Coast, Mitch Korn will be concentrate in developing the pharmaceutical and auto categories.

The Bravo Group has announced that Michael Parker has been promoted to VP, Director of Business Management. As VP, Director of Business Management, Parker will design, launch and direct Bravo's business management department. Ana Franco, who comes to The Bravo Group from MosaicaMD, has been appointed Group Account Director on Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and AstraZeneca.


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