CHANGING PLACES: Carlos Rausseo, Chad Stoller, Pedro Castro-Amaré…
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Telemundo Denver / KDEN has announced that Carlos Rausseo has been promoted to News Anchor, effective immediately. Rausseo, who joined Telemundo Denver in 2011 as a multimedia journalist and most recently worked as KDEN’s Sports Anchor, will join News Co-Anchor Pamela Padilla and Weather Anchor Ariel Rivera on Noticiero Telemundo Denver, which airs on weekdays at 4:30 PM, 5 PM and 10 PM. Rausseo is an enterprising journalist who has delivered the most impactful news for Colorado’s Spanish-speaking community.
IPG Mediabrands, a division of Interpublic Group, has promoted Chad Stoller to the newly created role of evp, global innovation director. Stoller has been with the IPG media network for five years, serving as managing partner of its Media Lab. Prior to joining IPG Media Lab in 2011, Stoller spent two years as executive vp of digital strategy at BBDO New York and nearly three years as executive director of emerging platforms at Omnicom's Organic. He will report to John Sintras, president of business development and product innovation for IPG Mediabrands.
Telemundo Boston / WNEU has announced that Pedro Castro-Amaré has been named Sports Anchor for Noticiero Telemundo Boston at 6 PM and 11 PM. Castro-Amaré, who will be WNEU’s first sports anchor since the station launched its local newscasts in August 2015, will join news anchor Jose Rivera Adrovet, weather anchor Cecy Gutierrez and a team of reporters to deliver the latest local breaking news to the Hispanic community in the Boston Area. In addition, Castro-Amaré will be a contributor on Red Sox Report Fridays at 5:30 PM. Castro-Amaré joins Telemundo Boston from sister-station Telemundo 51 Miami / WSCV. A native of Venezuela, Castro-Amaré earned his bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications Audiovisual Journalism from the Universidad Central de Caracas in Venezuela."
Publicis One has announced its local leadership in San Juan, Puerto Rico:
At a local management level, Erasto Freytes has been named Chief Executive Officer of Publicis One. Freytes has had a successful career in the industry with over 40 years of experience and is one of the most accomplished and celebrated strategic and creative leaders in Puerto Rico. For the last 31 years, he has been part of the team that has made Badillo Saatchi & Saatchi one of the leading agencies in the market.
In addition, Julio Toro joins the Publicis One board as Media Chairman. Toro has over 40 years experience and was a pioneer in media when he founded the Medianet agency, which later became ZenithOptimedia. In his new role, Toro will focus on leveraging the combined scale of all Publicis One’s media assets with the aim of driving value for our clients.
Tero Leon joins the Publicis One board as Chief Financial Officer of Publicis One. Leon has over 18 years of experience in managing finance, 13 of them as Finance Director of Badillo Saatchi & Saatchi.
Isabelita Ortiz will continue in her position as Managing Director of Starcom.
Finally, Cristina Echevarria assumes the role of Chief Talent Officer of Publicis One. Echevarria has over 18 years of experience and is a key leader in the human resources area and within Saatchi & Saatchi Badillo. Echevarria will ensure Publicis One attracts and develop the best talent in the industry.
All of the above newly-appointed leaders of Publicis One are already in their new roles and are fully operational in their respective markets.
Jason Resendez, Director of UsAgainstAlzheimer's Latino Network and the LatinosAgainstAlzheimer's Coalition, will join AT&T's Advisory Panel on Access and Aging as an external advisor.AT&T's Advisory Panel on Access and Aging (AAPAA) is composed of national leaders in assistive technology, aging and cross-disability issues. It provides advice and counsel to AT&T's subsidiaries, affiliates and leadership teams regarding issues of mutual interest. The panel discusses relevant areas of overlap between technology and disability as it relates to AT&T products and services.
Holly McGavock has joined Edelman VP Planning, Corporate & Public Affairs, according to HispanicAd. Prior to joining Edelman, Ms. McGavock was Planning Director at Grey Group and Director of Planning at Wing in New York.
Rocket Fuel has announced the appointment of David Gosen as its senior vice president and International managing director. Gosen has led various digital and media companies, including Nielsen, Microsoft and BskyB. He will oversee all international business and operational activities and lead the sales functions.
Marty Stock, CEO at Wpp’s Cavalry, has been given the additional role of CEO of Y&R Chicago. In that position, he replaces John Fraser, who led the agency office as president since joining in March 2015. Cavalry continues to operate after picking up several smaller clients. Prior to joining Cavalry in 2012, Stock spent 23 years in assorted executive roles at Foote, Cone & Belding.
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