Changing Places: Guillermo Plehn, Andrew Wallace, Mbeng Ngassa, Dave Russotto, Gina Tinoco…

Guillermo Plehn, Commercial Director of Televisa Publishing, with responsibility over U.S. Hispanic and Puerto Rico, has left Televisa Publishing. No substitution has been named yet.

Liberman Broadcasting, Inc. announced the appointment of broadcast sales veteran Andrew Wallace as Vice President of Midwest National Sales and Marketing. Based in Chicago, Wallace will be charged with strategically positioning the Estrella TV network, set to launch this month.

Gina Tinoco is the New South Eastern Media Rep for Cafe Magazine (Cafe Media, Circ. 45,000, Hispanic Lifestyle Magazine)


Sensis
announced new hires:

Mbeng Ngassa Senior Flash Designer - will be creating compelling Flash components and developing high impact Web sites that inspire awe in client and account teams alike.

Dave Russotto Director, Advertising Services Sales - Dave will draw upon his extensive understanding of the digital marketplace and the entertainment industry to kick-start Sensis’ expansion into full-service advertising.

Piper Semerau Junior Front-end Developer - Piper will collaborate with senior developers, designers and copywriters to produce and maintain top-tier Web sites.

Layne Thrasher Accounting Manager - Layne takes the helm of the accounting department to oversee all day-to-day financial matters including accounts receivable, accounts payable, financial forecasting and general business management.

Gareth Bogue Full Charge Bookkeeper - A graduate of Wesleyan University, Gareth brings a breadth of experience in accounting, payroll, and human resource matters to support the Accounting Manager in maintaining the financial affairs of the agency.


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