Changing Places [15-A]

Robert Botte has been named vice president, information technology infrastructure & operations at Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S.

Cesar Pizarro is retiring from his post as vp/business manager of Miami’s El Nuevo Herald which he helped to launch in 1987.

V-me has named Richard Taub vp, business development.

JumpTV announced that Jordan Banks will cease acting as CEO effective June 27, 2008. In conjunction with this news, Mr. Banks did not stand for re-election as a director of the Company at last Friday’s Annual and Special General Meeting. JumpTV also signed a definitive agreement to merge with NeuLion. The company had announced its intentions to so earlier this month.


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