Changing Places

Sony Bequer has been named the new VP of Marketing for Megazines Publications. Previously Sony worked at Visa International Latin America & Caribbean Region.

Spanish Broadcasting System has hired Salvador Hasbún as the new Vice President of Sales for SBS Puerto Rico.

Telemundo announced new appointments of station leaders in key markets: Carlos Sanchez, Vice President and General Manager of WNJU in New York; Manuel Abud, Vice President and General Manager of KXTX in Dallas; Celia Chavez, Vice President and General Manager of KDEN in Denver and KBLR in Las Vegas; and Roel Medina, Vice President and General Manager of KVDA in San Antonio.

QuePasa has hired Louis Bardov as Chief Technology Officer, Kevin Hartz and Keith Rabois as Internet Consultants.


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