Changing Places: Andrew Olivera, Damian Molina, Jim Kirk

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

Andrew Olivera has been appointed GM/D.O.S. at Univision's Austin cluster. Olivera currently serves as D.O.S. for the Austin radio group. He joined Univision in 2006 as an AE in Austin. He was quickly appointed into several sales roles at the station including LSM and GSM. Before radio, Olivera worked in print media for close to 15 years, holding different positions with several local newspapers. He'll report to Univision senior VP/GM Mark Masepohl.

Damian Molina is the new Chief Revenue Officer & Commercial Director at Taringa. Taringa is a Buenos Aires, Argentina based online community with a major presence in Latin America. Prior to his current position, Molina worked as VP Sales and Business Developmen (U.S. Country Manager)at Fnbox.com.

Jim Kirk, editor in chief of the Chicago Sun-Times, has been named the newspaper’s publisher. Kirk, a longtime Chicago journalist,
continues as editor for the daily newspaper.


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