Changing Places: Alexandra Villoch,Orlando Castelblanco,Rick Osterloh,Silvia Prado,Charlotte Koh

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

avillochAlexandra Villoch (photo) has been appointed new president and publisher of the Miami Herald Media Company, to be effective this month. She will replace David Landsberg. She joined the Company in 2000 as national advertising director and later became director of retail advertising and event marketing. In 2005, she was named senior vice president for advertising and marketing. Prior to joining the Herald, she worked for United Airlines.

ocas.Orlando Castelblanco (photo) has been appointed as Ad Sales Manager, U.S. Hispanic and Latin America at Medula Network in Miami.

 

 

osterlohRick Osterloh (photo) has been named chief operating officer at Motorola Mobility. He will report to the Motorola Operating Board at Google Inc. until its acquisition by Lenovo Group Ltd is completed. Osterloh, has been responsible for the delivery of software and operation of the Android platform at Motorola. He joined the company seven years ago . Jonathan Rosenberg, will continue in his role as Google liaison and adviser to Motorola through the transition period.

Silvia Prado will join Boingo Wireless as  Director, Digital Sales - Latin America and Southeast.She will oversee digital advertising sales for the Southeast region, as well as Latin America. She previously worked  for Televisa Publishing & Digital's 100+ magazines, websites and media properties.  Prior to that, she was an account executive for Marketwired for Florida, U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets.

ckCharlotte Koh (photo) is leaving her post as head of original series development at Hulu. She joined the company in 2011 from Marvel Studios, where she was senior Vice President of business development.

 
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