Changing Places LatAm: Alejandro Ángeles, Claudio Salomone, José María Frígola…

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

José María Frígola - Havas Media Group Iberia ::: Eduardo Guichou / Claudio Salomone - Grupo Indalo Media ::: Gonzalo Santos - RSA Argentina :::  Luis Barragué - Headway Digital ::: Alejandro Ángeles - Yahoo! Mexico :::

Havas Media Spain has announced that Rafael Urbano, General Manager and  Manuel Cordero, Director of  Havas Sports & Entertainment, will leave the agency. The agency has announced the executives will be replaced by professionals with digital experience.  José María Frígola, CEO of Havas Media Group Iberia, will be in charge of the business until Havas announce the new hirings.

The Argentinean group Indalo Media has hired Eduardo Guichou as Commercial Director for its media: Radio, Pay TV, Internet and print media. Claudio Salomone has been named Commercial Director for public TV and Ideas del Sur.  Indalo Media is composed by Ideas del Sur, C5N, Radio 10, Mega 98.3, Pop Radio 101.5, Minutouno.com, Diario El Patagónico, Editorial Polar and Argentina Corre.

Headway Digital has appointed Luis Barragué as new global VP of Mobile. The executive has previously worked in Vostu as User Acquisition Performance Manager.

Alejandro Ángeles has been named Editor in chief of  Yahoo! Mexico.  Ángeles has worked as Editor for Grupo Expansión, Quién magazine and El Universal.


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