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Al Dia, the only Spanish language daily newspaper in Dallas/Forth Worth, has named Isaac Lasky Marketing Director and launched a new positioning statement, profiling it as the only Spanish-language daily in Dallas/Ft. Worth.

The Bravo Group, a Hispanic, communications agency group, announced the appointment of Tony Sarroca as Chief Creative Officer. 

Juniper Content Corporation, the media and entertainment company which owns and operates the ¡Sorpresa! Network, announced that Maria Badillo will be joining ¡Sorpresa! as Vice President of Programming.


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