Changing places: Raul Aliaga (Komli), Eduardo Hapke (Mercado de Dinero), Salvador Calogero

Raul Aliaga is the new Senior Manager for Digital Sales for Komli Multicultural. Komli is a sister company of Pubmatic, a company that gives premium publishers a real-time media selling platform for managing revenue and brand strategy. Prior to Komli, Aliaga worked as Director Marketing Services – Hispanic Market at New York Life.

Eduardo Hapke is the new editor at Mercado de Dinero USA, a publication that recently organized ConsuMiami, an international consumer fair in Miami. Previously Hapke was the publisher of Hispanic Target magazine.

US Media Consulting, a leading media services firm specializing in Brazil, Latin America and U.S. Hispanics, recently hired the following persons:

Salvador Calogero. Based in US Media Consulting Buenos Aires office, Salvador will work with Pablo Veliz, the company’s VP of technology, to develop new products and platforms for the Latin America’s digital marketplace.

Lesley Canal. Lesley’s strong sales track record in both offline (Miami Herald) and online media (Centro and Living Social) make her a strong addition to our digital sales team.

Verónica Lizama. Verónica, formerly Director of Advertising for América Economía, is the new Ad Sales Director for our Offline Media Division and will overseeing sales operations in print, broadcast and out-of-home media. 

David Petitone. David’s background in sales for the Miami Herald and other media firms will serve him well as a Media Relations Specialist. He’ll focus on nurturing existing media relationships and forging new ones.

Juan Carlos Ruiz. His strong background in digital sales and strategy will serve him well in his new position as Digital Ad Sales Manager for the Andean Region, which includes Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Venezuela.

Raul Galofre, as previously reported by Portada joins US Media Consulting from GDA,  Raul will leverage more than a decade’s worth of digital media and business development experience to create new ventures and partnerships for us.

Brandy Sanchez was named Vice president and General Manager of KAMR-TV.

David Iniga was appointed sports anchor for KXPOF.

Silvia Cespedes is the new Client Manager at Media Response USA Co. in Miami. Luis Garzon, also was recently added to the expanding team as accountant.   Media Response targets the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic market with contextual advertising and e-mail marketing solutions.

ABC news has named Alex Perez as correspondent based in Chicago.

Kristin Peña has joined Bromley as an account supervisor in Chicago. She manages the Coors Light brand business unit.

Utilísima announced the addition of well-known designer Eduardo Xol to its team to create a new and original production for the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets.

David Millikin, 59, editor-in-chief for North America, has been appointed Agence France Presse’s (AFP) regional director based in Washington with effect from April 1st.


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