Changing places : Andres Angulo (KRCA-62), Jorge Mettey (MundoFox), Jessica Rodriguez
Andrés Angulo has been promoted to Vice President of News at KRCA-62. He was previously news director for KPMR-TV .
Jorge Mettey was named Senior Vice President of News at MundoFox. Previously he was news director for Univision.
Jessica Rodríguez was promoted Executive Vice President of Program Scheduling at Univision. She was previously VP and station manager of WLII, the Univision O&O in Puerto Rico.
Rolando Nichols was appointed anchor Noticias MundoFox. Until now he was Vice-President of News and Productions.
KWHY-TV Channel 22 named Jon Dubin as its new National Sales Manager.
Albert Rodriguez was named Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Spanish Broadcasting System by Raul Alarcon, Jr.
PM Publicidad, the Atlanta-based agency, whose clients include NAPA AUTO PARTS and Cox Communications, has hired two new Creative Directors, Hernan Feuermann and Adrian Cano. Also, Gerardo Olivo has been named as Director of New Business Development.
Hernan Feuermann, the agency's newest Creative Director, has a lengthy background as a copywriter with agencies including J. Walter Thompson and Ogilvy, working with global brands including MasterCard, IBM, Deutsche Bank, Cadbury, Ford, Kodak, Nestlé and S.C. Johnson.
Adrian Cano, also named Creative Director, is an award winning art director who has worked at global agency heavyweights including Interbrand (Omnicom), Wunderman (Y&R) and Leo Burnett on brands such as Kraft, P&G, Telefónica, Chandon, Ford, Volvo, Sony, Fiat and McDonald's. Adrian brings strong expertise in brand identity development.
People en Español* has hired Juan Manuel Rótulo as the new Executive Editor of PeopleEnEspanol.com.
The McClatchy Co. has named Elaine Lintecum as vice president, finance and chief financial officer. Lintecum has served as McClatchy’s treasurer since 2002 and spent the last 24 years in McClatchy’s corporate finance department holding a variety of key positions. Lintecum replaces Patrick J. Talamantes, who becomes McClatchy’s president and chief executive.
As part of other senior management changes, Mark Zieman, vice president, operations, will assume oversight of McClatchy’s Florida operations, which include The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and the Bradenton Herald newspapers. Those responsibilities were previously held by Talamantes. Zieman, the former president and publisher of The Kansas City Star until his corporate appointment in May 2011, will continue to oversee McClatchy’s operations in the Midwest, South and Southeast .Karole Morgan-Prager, McClatchy vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, will assume additional responsibility for corporate development activities. Her new title will be vice president, corporate development, general counsel and secretary.
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