Changing Places [20-A]

Univision Communications Inc. announced that Joanne Lynch has been promoted to president of the Television Station Group, effective immediately. In this role, she will oversee Univision’s and TeleFutura’s 63 television stations.

Rudy Duthil has been tapped to lead Zoom Media and Marketing’s new multicultural division Zoom Forward.

Raul Aliaga is the new Senior Manager Sales at Consorte Media. Aliaga’s prior job was in sales at the The Wall Street Journal Americas.

Kerry C. Stackpole, is the new executive director of the National Hispanic Press Foundation.  Stackpole is a career association professional with over twenty-five years experience leading not-for-profit associations and foundations across a range of industries. Stackpole replaces Thomas Oliver who has chosen to pursue other interests.

Lynne Cook joins impreMedia as National Account Director for the National Sales Division, Headquartered in Houston, Texas. Cook was Rumbo’s publisher before Impremedia acquired the Texas Hispanic newspaper chain in December of 2007. 


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