Changing Places

Harry Neuhaus has stepped down as MTV Tr3s’ VP of ad-sales. Luisa Fairborne, MTV Tr3s' advertising sales director has assumed his role in the interim.

Neuhaus was hired by LATV, a bilingual music/entertainment network distributed via digital multicast. Harry Neuhaus is the regional sales director for the Company. Mr. Neuhaus will report directly to Bill Jenkins, VP Advertising, LATV, heading up sales in the eastern region.

Clara Diaz has joined Megazines as the company’s new general manager.

Andres Sapochnik is the new sales manager at Hispanic Target  magazine, substituting Gloria Alfonso.

Gustavo Villaroel is Hispanic Target’s new sales manager for Central Florida, Orlando and Tampa.


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