Changing Places: Rafael Lima, Julio Alonso, Michael McAlone

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

Rafael Lima is the new Digital Director at Publicitas in Miami. Previously he worked as Client Services & Business Development Director at Havas Media. Before Havas, Lima was Sales & Business Development Director at StarMedia & Orange AdNetwork Americas (France Telecom Group).

Julio Alonso is moving to Miami as CEO of Weblogs with the objective of increasing the company's presence in the U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets. Olga Palombi, CEO of Social Media SL, the company that markets Weblog advertising and social media services, is moving to Miami and will be in charge of the business development for both activities.

Univision Communications Inc announced the appointment of Michael McAlone as vice president of Network Sales for the Southwest region. He will be based in Dallas and report to Jeff Browning, senior vice president of Univision Network Sales.


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