Changing Places: Javier Aldape, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Carlos Herrera, Lolita Lop

Javier Aldape has left the E.W. Scripps Company where he worked as VP-Niche Products.

Michelle Caruso Cabrera was named International Correspondent at CNBC.

Carlos Herrera was appointed Regional Sales Manager for Mega TV.

Lolita Lopez joined KNBC-4 as general assignment reporter.

Marc Bland was named company’s head of Diversity and Inclusion at Polk.
IFC announced that the network has appointed Blake Callaway to the position of senior vice president of marketing, effective October 31, and promoted Kim Volonakis from director to vice president, ad sales marketing, effective immediately. The announcements were made by IFC’s Executive Vice President and General Manager, Jennifer Caserta, to whom Callaway will report. Volonakis will report to Callaway. Both are based in the network’s NYC headquarters. Callaway will join IFC from Syfy where he most recently served as senior vice president of brand and strategic marketing.


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