Changing Places: Veronica Pimstein, Edna Schmidt, Laura Diaz, Renata Florio 

Veronica Pimstein has been named senior vice president of creative for Latin America/U.S.Hispanic at Sony Pictures Television.

Edna Schmidt has quiet Univision. She was anchor/reporter. The Spanish-language network names Lourdes Torres director of special projects; Jairo Marin is executive producer of newsmagazine Aquí y Ahora (Here and Now); and Maria Martinez-Henao becomes managing editor of network news.

Laura Diaz left CBS2 News. She was a solo anchor.

Renata Florio has been appointed as Chief Creative Officer by Wing.


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