Changing places: Pedro Rojas, Russel Contreras, Anna Lopez, Liz Evora

Wing has named Stephanie Da Costa as Media Director. She will report to Andrew Speyer, VP Head of Strategy.

Ariel Martinez was hired by VME as Director of Marketing and Digital Sales. Martinelz will help lead the growth of Vme's multiplatform branded entertainment initiatives and integrated client solutions across all Vme's sales teams in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.

Pedro Rojas announced that he will leave La Opinion on July 22. He was Executive Editor since 2003.

Russel Contreras left his work as Associated Press multimedia immigration & minority affair reporter in Boston. He has been named AP’s law enforcement reporter in New Mexico.

Anna Lopez Buck was named Interim Executive Director of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Previously, she was Executive Director.

Liz Evora was appointed reporter/producer at the 24-hr regional news network InfoMas.

Carl Quintanilla was named anchor of “ Squawk on the street”.

Carolina Fernandez was named Director of Programming for Radio Caracol.

John Kottmann has been appointed Senior Partner, Managing Director by Ogilvy & Mather New York.


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