Changing Places

The Dallas Morning News appointed Ana Barrera as Deputy Foreign/National Editor, and will work to expand the supervision of the News reporters covering Mexico, the Texas border, and local immigration issues. Barrera will also continue on in her duties as chief liason with reporters and editors at Spanish-language daily Al Dia.

Eventus announced the appointment of Pedro de Córdoba as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). Mr. de Córdoba spent the last 5 years at Coral Gables based, Accentmarketing as Vice President of Strategic Brand Extensions where he played an integral role in the development and implementation of strategic marketing programs for many of the agency‚s clients.

Marco Castro has tendered his resignation as Director of Account Operations for GlobalHue New York.

Daniel Bernard, vice president of marketing for The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, has been named general manager of WSJ.com. He succeeds Gail Griffin, who is now the dedicated general manager for Barron's Online.

Matt Ellsworth has been appointed vice president of marketing at the Wall Street Journal Digital Network. He was advertising solutions manager for Yahoo! Finance.

Jim Bernard has been named general manger of MarketWatch.com. He was previously vice president of strategy and market intelligence in the company's enterprise group.

Sandra Baez, director of advertising operations at MarketWatch.com, is now vice president of advertising operations at the Wall Street Journal Digital Network.


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