Changing places: Elizabeth Zavala, Alina Falcon, Felix Lopez, Mark Turim

Elizabeth Zavala has been named Web Content Editor for Multibriefs, a division of Multiview.

Sonia Troche has been named executive director of the Hispanic Alliance, a non-profit organization working with Cleveland's Latino community.

Alina Falcon was appointed VP of News at Telemundo. For now the information wasn’t confirmed.

Felix Lopez was hired by Spanish Broadcasting System Inc. as Vice President of SBS Miami Radio/TV-consolidated Sales.

Pedro Fabregas was appointed Senior Vice President-customer Service for American eagle.

Christopher Ma, a veteran journalist and innovative new-media pioneer who was senior vice president for development of The Washington Post Co., died Nov. 23 at a hospital in New York City. He was 61, The Washington Post reports. Over the past 14 years, Mr. Ma played a pivotal role in taking The Post’s family of products beyond those of a traditional newspaper. Ma guided the purchase and business-side operations of El Tiempo Latino, a Spanish-language weekly that The Post acquired in 2004.


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