Changing Places [30-A]

LatiNation, LLC, the holding company for the nationally syndicated TV programs American Latino TV (ALTV) and LatiNation, announced today that it has hired Jeff Stern as Director of Distribution. Mr. Stern will lead ALTV's syndication distribution arm as well as assist with parent company LATV's multicast distribution strategy. In addition, Mr. Stern will supplement ALTV's advertising efforts, particularly in Texas.

Flowers Communications Group (FCG), the Chicago-based PR agency specializing in multicultural integrated marketing communications has hired Rashada Whitehead as senior vice president and managing director. Whitehead, returning to FCG after nearly four years with Chicago’s GolinHarris agency, was responsible for helping to lead brand strategy and account management for McDonald’s Corp.’s global and U.S. business efforts.

FCG has also announced the simultaneous appointment of Christina Crawford as account group supervisor.


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