Changing Places

Televisa has appointed Miguel Angel Chala the new director of sales and marketing in Puerto Rico.

Gustavo A. Bujanda has been named vice president of multicultural agency Axis.

Monica Villalobos has been named marketing director for Phoenix Multicultural.

Hector Orcí will once again assume the reigns as CEO at L.A.-based La Agencia de Orcí & Asociados.

Angie Moreno, former Co-Host, Co-Producer/Music Director for the “Nuestra Palabra” radio program on KPFT 90.1 FM has recently been named Director of Public Relations for the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago.

Miguel Sanchez is the new ad-sales rep for AARP’s Segunda Juventud in Los Angeles and Patricia Mosley is the publications new representative in Dallas/Ft. Worth. 


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