Changing places: Andres Franklin, Hortensia Fuentes, Laura Lang, Alisa Becerra

Andrés Franklin was hired by Alcance Media Group as Director of Sales.

Laura Lang is the New CEO of Time Inc. Formerly the CEO of the digital agency Digitas, the announcement emphasizes Time Inc’s efforts to thrive in the digital landscape.

Hortensia Fuentes has been appointed as Managing Director of Business Development, Audience & Communication reporting to Kamal Bherwani, Prisa’s Chief Digital Officer, substituting Paul Westhorpe who leaves Prisa for personal reasons.

Alvaro Garnicawas appointed General Manager at Vme. Carmen DiRienzo, president and CEO, has stepped down from her position effective at the end of this year (December 31, 2011).

Alisa Becerra joined KTXL as an anchor and reporter for Fox40 Live.

Macias-Cervantes was named  news director of KTSM

Univision has named Ignacio Meyer as VP, Business Development.

Luis Patino was appointed Senior Vice President for the Univision Television Group.

Alina Falcon has been named Senior executive Vice President, News and Alternative Programming in Telemundo.

Felix Lopez was appointed Vice President of SBS Miami Radio/TV-Consolidated Sales.

Maria Romero was named Executive Director of Strategic Planning in MARCA.

Spanish Broadcasting System Inc announced the appointment of Jackie Nosti Cambo to Vice President.

Mary Ann Gomez was appointed New Executive Director of CHILI.


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