Changing Places

Harte-Hanks announced that Michele Fitzpatrick will assume the position of chief marketing officer, databased marketing solutions.

Danielle Gonzales, formerly a vice president of Starcom Mediavest Group's multicultural division- Tapestry - has been promoted to senior vice president of the division.

Alfonzo Bermudez leaves Impacto Latin News and joins the New Jersey-based new start-up “Su Voz” as editor.

Eugenio Ramírez has been promoted to the position of account executive for the Southeast region of Fox Sports en Español.

Dexter Dwight has been chosen as Machado/Garcia-Serra's new vice president/group director.

Al Dia Filadelfia unveiled a new endeavor entitled the Al Dia Writer's Group. Mr. Juan Gonzalez, a current New York Daily News Columnist, Past President of the NAHJ, and a widely respected journalist will be the exclusive writer for the service.


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