CHANGING PLACES: Loida Casares, Bruce Henderson, Mike Lupica…

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14e87c9Loida Casares is assuming a new role as Regional Sales Specialist in the Advertising Division of The Houston Chronicle.
She will report to Cindy Mitchell, Advertising Director.  Casares began her professional career in advertising 23 years ago at the Houston Chronicle. Until recently, Casares worked  in a Major Accounts position at Houston Community Newspapers and Media Group,

14e7ebaBruce Henderson has been named chief executive officer of global brand experience agency Jack Morton Worldwide, but will not officially assume that role until January. He will leave Geometry Global where he is chief creative officer for North America. Prior to that, Henderson was group creative director at Ogilvy in New York.

 

 

descargaMike Lupica is leaving his role as sports columnist at the New York Daily News, where apparently, he was not able to come up with a new contract agreement with the newspaper.His departure coincides with the layoffs of several high profile sports columnists, reporters and editors at the Daily News.

23654b567e5e8f297bdd99dd1bb55271Leeann Leahy has been promoted to CEO of The Via Agency, succeeding John Coleman, who had served in that role since founding the agency in 1993. He will now serve as chairman. Leahy is moving up from president, a position she has held since joining the agency in 2012.

 


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