Changing Places

Telemundo Communications Group named Borja Perez Vice President, Integrated Solutions and Digital Media. The announcement was made by Jacqueline Hernández, Chief Operating Officer, Telemundo and Peter Blacker, Executive Vice President, Digital Media and Emerging Businesses. The position is effective immediately. Perez reports to both Hernandez and Blacker.

MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe is leaving the company. New Corp's chief digital officer Jonathan Miller said the decision was a "mutual agreement" and that DeWolfe will continue to serve on the board of MySpace China and will be a strategic advisor to the company.

Linda De Jesús-Cutler announced her decision to leave her post as President of GlobalHue Latino. De Jesús-Cutler joined GlobalHue in 2007 after the resignation of Chris Campos, who, like de also came from The Bravo Group,

starMedia announced that it has expanded its management team with the appointment of Manuel Mazzanti as Regional Marketing Director. Mazzanti joins starMedia from Yahoo! where he was responsible for marketing and public relations for Yahoo! Hispanic Americas.

Greenhill & Co., Inc announced that Alejandro Przygoda will join the Firm as a Managing Director based in New York to lead advisory efforts in the insurance sector. Mr. Przygoda, 41, has been heading the Global Insurance practice of UBS, where he has been a Managing Director for six years. Prior to that he was a Managing Director at Credit Suisse in the Financial Institutions Group, where he spent nearly ten years. Prior to his time at Credit Suisse, he was a Chief Financial Officer of General Re's Argentine subsidiary.

Sensis, a Los Angeles based interactive advertising agency hired 4 new professionals. David Dorado is the new Web project manager and will lead the technology and creative teams to develop engaging Web experiences. Dorado was most recently president of Gold Coast Partners in West Lake Village, Calif., where he managed marketing project operations.

Dino Hainline joins Sensis as associate digital strategist. He will help lead Web research and analysis to provide strategic planning and up-to-date insights for creative campaigns. Before joining Sensis, Hainline was a producer and legal consultant for Bold New World in Los Angeles and worked as acquisitions executive for VOY Pictures in West Hollywood.

Oscar Ortega brings more than 10 years of experience of conceptualizing and creating television, radio, print outdoor and interactive campaigns for the U.S. Hispanic market. He joins Sensis as art director, and his addition to the team promises to bring even more innovative ideas and campaigns to the drawing table.

Diego de la Maza is the newest account coordinator at Sensis. A recent graduate of the marketing master's program at Antioch University in San Barbara, Calif., he brings account support and management experience to the company's growing staff and expanding client list.

Listen Up Español announced six new hires at its offices in Portland, Maine:

Sage Okamoto, Director of Client Services, will manage all tasks and projects Account Managers as well as oversee the company’s global accounts.

Cory Brennan, Account Manager, will be involved on a day-to-day basis with script writing and analysis and the set-up of new campaigns.

Elana Charlton, Account Manager, Attracted to the company’s mission and welcoming work environment, Charlton will manage campaign activity, ensuring customer and client satisfaction every step of the way.

Dan Kaswell, Account Manager, will oversee client product campaigns.

Amy Roden, Client Services Account Manager, will serve as a liaison between Listen Up Español’s management team in Hermosillo, Mexico, and the company’s clients seeking to expand and succeed in the Hispanic Direct Response market

Velma McConnell, Client Services Representative, will be working to facilitate client communication and ensure successful campaigns.


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