Agency Moves, Disney Channel Out of a Top Marketer and More Changing Places

Agency Moves, Disney Channel out of a top marketer and more changing places. People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it. Check out last week’s Changing Places here.


Agency Moves

Dentsu Aegis Network has promoted Michael Epstein to CEO of media brands and product, Dentsu Aegis Media. Epstein will now be accountable for the Carat, iProspect, Vizeum, dentsuX and Posterscope media brands. He will continue to report to Peter Huijboom, Global CEO, Dentsu Aegis Media.




WPP’s Wunderman Thompson has announced that Chairman Tamara Ingram is departing the company after 17 years, reported Ad Age. Ingram will be moving into a non-executive chair role before leaving to pursue philanthropic work.




Mcgarrybowen has promoted Jamie Shuttleworth to U.S. Chief Strategy Officer. Previously Shuttleworth was CSO at the agency’s Chicago office. Shawna Ross, formerly executive vice president of strategy, will succeed Shuttleworth in the Chicago CSO role.




More Changing Places

John Rood has left the position of Global Head of Marketing at The Disney Channel. Rood had held the role since 2016. He previously filled the role of SVP and head of Marketing, ABC Family from 2004-10 and Executive Vice-President at DC Entertainment, Warner Bros between 2010-14.




Margaret Chu is Vox Media’s new Chief Financial Officer. Previously, she served as Executive Vice-President of Corporate Strategy and Development at Horizon Media.