Changing Places [9-A]

Telemundo Communications Group announced the promotion of Eli Velazquez from Director to Vice President, Sports, Telemundo, effective immediately.

UniWorld Group, Inc., the nation’s longest-standing full-service multicultural agency, has appointed Michael Neer as Director of Strategic Planning.

A. H. Belo Corporation has named Dave Ellett to the position of senior vice president, president and General Manager of Belo Interactive Media (BIM). As head of BIM, Ellett will be responsible for managing AHC's interactive media division which is focused on developing innovative solutions and digital product offerings for A. H. Belo and Belo Corp.

CaribeVision, the Hispanic television network dedicated to serving Caribbean Hispanic audiences, has named industry veteran Emilio Nicholas, Jr. president and CEO of advertising.


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