Changing Places [14-A]

Rafael Carranza has been named Efe's director of business development and marketing for North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America.

Azteca America has announced the appointment of Ivan Perez as vice president and director of sales for Miami. He will be responsible for servicing advertising agencies and clients in the Southeast territory, as well as developing new accounts.

John J. Camarillo has been promoted to international sales manager for global operations and Market development for ZUMA press.

Gianfranco Arfinengo has been named Castalia Communications' new director for Mexico and Gianfranco will be responsible for distribution, advertising sales and marketing for the region.

As a result of the Banta/RR Donnelley merger, it was decided not to continue with a print centric solution for the Hispanic market. As such Gustavo Gruber is no longer an employee of RRD or Banta, and is currently exploring other opportunities.

Digby Solomon has been named the new publisher, president, and CEO of the Daily Press in Newport News, Virginia. Javier J. Aldape has been named acting publisher at Hoy.

Batanga has named Rick Marroquin as its new Chief Marketing Officer. He will oversee all marketing efforts for the company's various media and entertainment ventures.


Trackback from your site.

Editorial Staff

Portada Staff

MORE FROM PORTADA

BRAND MARKETING RESEARCH: 41% of Consumers Have Switched Brands Due to Poor Personalization

BRAND MARKETING RESEARCH: 41% of Consumers Have Switched Brands Due to Poor Personalization

A summary of the most exciting recent research in brand marketing in the U.S., U.S.-Hispanic and Latin American markets. If you're trying to keep up, consider this your one-stop shop.


Hispanic Mobile Network AdsMovil Provides Advertisers with Viable Alternative to Duopoly

Hispanic Mobile Network AdsMovil Provides Advertisers with Viable Alternative to Duopoly

Could Adsmovil be the long-awaited viable alternative to the Facebook/Google duopoly?


Meredith Corporation Buys Time Inc. for US$2.8 billion

Meredith Corporation Buys Time Inc. for US$2.8 billion

Meredith Corporation has entered into a binding agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of Time Inc. for US$18.50 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at us$2.8 billion.Meredith adds leading media brands to already strong portfolio of National and Local Media Properties, creating media powerhouse with US$4.8 Billion in Revenues, Including US$2.7 billion of advertising revenues.