Changing Places [38-A]

Kate Weber is the new Director of Advertising Sales at Viva Colorado (Spanish, weekly, circ. 60,000 published by the Denver Newspaper Agency - DNA owned by Scripps and Media News Group. Weber is in charge of advertising at Viva Colorado and substitutes Nancy Massa who left the DNA last December.

The Wall Street Journal Office Network announced the appointment of David L. Kahn to the position of Senior Vice President of Sales. A few years ago, Mr. Kahn was publisher of Latina, a Hispanic woman´s and lifestyle magazine.

Admixture, the Web Site Representation Company and online Ad Network focused on multicultural markets, announced today that Diane Salcido, former Vice President of Sales and Marketing, will head the company as new president and CEO, effective January 1, 2009. Salcido is replacing Danny Allen who will remain on Admixtures board and serve as a strategic adviser.

Hispanic Media Representatives has hired two new account managers, Josefina Duran and Evelyn Melendez. Josefina has 15 years of ad agency and media experience. Evelyn has both print and digital ad sales experience, and worked at People en Español , in the ad sales department. Both Josefina and Evelyn are local contacts for East Coast clients, and represent Kraft’s Comida y Familia, Disney’s EN FAMILIA and LATINO FUTURE magazines, they complement Brian Gingrich and myself, covering the entire US Hispanic media market.


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