Changing Places: Rosalia Lloret, Miguel Daschuta, Luis Ibarra García, Rodolfo Znidarsis…

Rosalia Lloret has been appointed by Unidad Editorial as Director of Digital Development. Lloret has been Media Interactive Director at RTVE. She will lead the digital strategy of the Group in Spanish. The general direction of Digital Development will support all the business directions of Unidad Editorial. Lloret reports directly to Antonio Fernández- Galeano, CEO Unidad Editorial.

The Conarp (Consejo de Autorregulación Publicitaria), council conformed by the Cámara Argentina de Anunciantes (CAA) and the Asociación Argentina de Agencias de Publicidad (AAAP), renew the members of its board for the next two years. Luis Ibarra García and Miguel Daschuta, have been electedas President and Vice President.

General Motors International named Francisco Stefanelli as new President of GM Venezuela, he will replace Rodolfo Znidarsis, who starts as General Director of Sales and Marketing, Brazil. The change will be on July 1st, on behalf the growing of the company.

HBO Latin America Group (LAG) announced the creation of a new department of Ad Sales for the Brazilian signals. Renata Lorena, Marketing Manager of Ad Sales will be in charge of the iniciative. She worked previously at TV Globo, Warner Channel and O Dia newspaper.

Endemol appointed Joerg Bachmaier, ex vicepresident of Digital Media & Business Development, Endemol USA, as VP and General Manager of Americas, Endemol Worldwide Brands. Bachmaier will lead the new section of Endemol for América.


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