Changing Places [4-A]

Deanna Canedo has joined the Jeffrey Group as account manager for Western Union, Fox Sports and University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Emmy Award Winning Anchor Alejandro Luna has joined Fox Sports en Espanol.

Nadia Fiorello and Manny Santos are serving as co-directors of multimedia PR company MultiVu Latino.

Claudia Mejia-Haffner will join H&K as VP, head of the East Coast Hispanic marketing division.

Javier J. Aldape, has been named vice president of niche products for the newspaper division of The E. W. Scripps Company. Beginning April 14, Aldape, 36, will work with the company's newspapers in 15 communities to identify market-specific or company-wide opportunities to create print or online specialty publications. His appointment aligns with the company's strategy to increase the share of ad revenue that is derived from niche products. Aldape most recently was the vice president of audience development for the Los Angeles Times, while simultaneously serving as general manager and editor of Hoy Los Angeles.


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