Changing Places: David Hoover, John Kelly, Ruth Chía Vásquez, Antonio Sánchez, Jenny McNicholas

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it .

David Hoover is Medula Network's new Senior Director for the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets. Hoover is s in charge of online media planning and buying and the development, presentation, execution, management, analysis and optimization of online marketing/advertising campaigns. Until recently Hoover worked at Miami based ad placement firm US Media Consulting.

Univision Communications announced the appointment of John Kelly as executive vice president, Digital Sales. 

Ruth Chía Vásquez is the new editor for holaciudad Miami.  Ms. Chía Vásquez previously served as the editor charged with overseeing the video channel at Terra.com.  She also worked as a copy editor and Reporter for La Palma, the award-winning Spanish-language paper of the Palm Beach Post.  She holds a master's degree in journalism from Florida International University. Hola Ciudad Miami is the latest edition of holaciudad.com, a hyper-local Spanish-language website owned by ZGS Communications.

Azteca Colorado is excited to announce the arrival of new anchor, Antonio Sánchez, who brings nearly 10 years of extensive broadcast journalism experience to the Azteca Colorado team.  Viewers can look forward to seeing Antonio on Informativo Extras, hourly news and 24/7 Weatherupdates on Azteca. Antonio began his journalism career working for local newspapers shortly after graduating from San Diego State University, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, French and Spanish.

mun2, a Hispanic entertainment cable network, has promoted Jenny McNicholas to Vice President, Production & Operations. McNicholas has been with the network for seven years and was most recently Director, Production. In her expanded role she reports to Diana Mogollon, General Manager, mun 2,  out of the Networks offices at Universal City in Los Angeles.


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