Changing Places [12-A]

Nancy Tellet has joined MTV Tr3s as Vice President, Research and Consumer Insights, a newly created position, effective June 16th, 2008. She will be responsible for deepening the bilingual network’s understanding of the exploding Latino youth market through a wide range of quantitative and qualitative research and analysis.

Murillo Design announced that Rikky Moller has joined the company as senior designer. He will be responsible for brand and concept development, client interaction, and vendor coordination.

CaribeVision, a 24/7 Hispanic television network designed and dedicated to serving Caribbean Hispanic audiences, has named Leticia del Monte as Director of Advertising, Promotion and Public Relations for CaribeVision Station Group and CaribeVision Networks.


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