Changing Places: Johanna Torres, Mike Barajas, Jenni Rivera, Roberto Abramowitz

Johanna Torres is the new Editor in Chief at Café Mom, a social networking site for bilingual Latina mothers joined by Lucia Ballas Traynor, former publisher of People en español earlier this year. Earlier in her career Torres worked as Editor in Chief at Meredith’s Siempre Mujer magazine. 

The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce USHCC announced that President and CEO, Javier Palomarez , will join the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) new Advisory Committee on Diversity Communications in the Digital Age

TVNews Check reports that Radio One is launching an all-news station, KROI-FM, that will be staffed by longtime news veterans including Mike Barajas (formerly of KRIV) and veteran sportscaster Craig Roberts (late of KPRC). They are among a group of veteran Houston journalists who will be returning to the airwaves.

Jenni Rivera signed with mun2 for the return of her series “I love Jenni”.

Roberto Abramowitz signed for 3 more years with ESPN.

Rodriguez Hernandez was named hosts of local Telemundo.

Gustavo Yacaman has signed in CMN Sports as exclusive representation of all sponsorship opportunities.

Javier Montanaro is the new Sales Director Southern Cone at US Media Consulting. He is based in Buenos Aires.


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