Changing Places

Gary Bassell, Chairman & CEO of The Bravo Group announces the appointment of Julio Arrieta as SVP/Managing Partner of BravoWest, the West Coast division of the agency.

Univision has appointed Jorge A. Plasencia to Vice President and Operating Manager, AM Stations/RadioCandena Univision.

Toda Mujer has hired Abel Delgado, former Executive Editor at Rodale, Inc., who launched their in-house Spanish-language publishing program and translated the South Beach Diet into Spanish.

Monica Lozano, Publisher of Impremedia's La Opinion, has been nominated to Bank of America's board of directors.

Moroch Latino has named Joe Genova as Director of Hispanic Media Planning. Genova will lead Hispanic media efforts for Moroch Latino's Verizon Wireless and McDonalds' accounts in 22 U.S. markets.


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