Changing Places LatAm: Romina Gonzalez, David Levy, Luciane Aquino…

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

David Levy - Turner Broadcasting System::: Romina Gonzalez - Agustina Saggese - DIRECTV Argentina ::: Luciane Aquino - and Rafael Kuhn - Terra ::: Maureen Kelly - GoodData :::

David Levy is the new President of Turner Broadcasting System. The executive will be in charge of supervise all the creative actions and business of TBS, TNT, Turner Classic Movies, truTV, Cartoon Network, Boomeran and Adult Swim. He will be also in charge of supervise the digital activities.

DIRECTV Argentina has appointed Romina Gonzalez as Media & Performance manager. Also Agustina Saggese will be in charge of the media department as Media Director.

Terra has promoted Luciane Aquino from Product Manager to CMO. Also, Rafael Kuhn has been promoted to CTO,Chief Technology Officer.

GoodData has appointed Maureen Kelly as the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, leading the marketing and product management organization. GoodData delivers an on-demand business intelligence service .

 


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