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Herb Scannel has been appointed CEO of Latino media company mitu. He was most recently president of BBC America. Prior to that he was CEO of online video platform Next New Networks, vice chairman of MTV Networks and president of Nickelodeon.

 

 

 

 

Victor X. Cerda, SVP of Corporate Strategy  at V-me Media has been named to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment (ACCDE). The ACDDE will hold its first meeting on Monday, September 25, 2017.

 

 

 

 

Havas Media has launched its out-of-home division Adcity in the U.S., following its rollout in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Alissa Ananieva, a media and OOH advertising veteran, has been appointed Director to run the U.S. operation. Previously, Ananieva was director of growth programs at UK OOH media company Exterion Media.

 

 

 

 

John Osborn has been appointed CEO at OMD U.S. He will succeed Monica Karo, who was appointed chief client officer at OMD Worldwide. Osborn was most recently CEO of BBDO New York. He had spent more than 20 years at BBDO. 

 

 

 

 

 

Kirsten Flanik was promoted to succeed Osborn as CEO at BBDO New York. She was previously president and will also retain that title.

 

 

 

 

 

Florian Adamski has been named global CEO of OMD, succeeding Mainardo de Nardis, who was elevated to the newly created position of vice chairman of Omnicom Media Group, of which OMD is a part.

 

 

 

 

 

Kyung Soo (Kenny) Lee has been named president and CEO of Hyundai Motor America. Mr. Lee will be responsible for Hyundai’s U.S. sales and marketing and will take over president and CEO duties starting on September 18. Jerry Flannery has returned to his position as the company’s executive vice president, chief legal and safety officer.

 

 

 

 

 

UNITED COLLECTIVE has hired Kristin Jackson as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. UNITED COLLECTIVE was formed in January and consists of creative agency GALLEGOS United, business planning consultancy POLY United, content creation and post-production offering LUNA United, digital agency CANVAS United and public relations firm ROX United. Jackson comes from Huge, where she spent three years as Group Vice President, Finance for the West Coast.  Prior to Huge, she was Vice President of Business, Finance & Administration at EDC Communications a division of Vision 7 International.

 

 

 

Yale Wang has joined sports-first streaming live service fuboTV as VP and head of North America marketing.

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Alfieri has joined advanced TV ad company Cross as chief marketing officer. He was previously senior VP for the Turn Marketing Platform (now Amobee Marketing Platform).

 

 

 

 

 

VML has hired Fabio Seidl as executive creative director, overseeing VML New York‘s creative department and work for brands such as New Balance, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, AMC cable television, LEGOLAND Florida Resort and the United Nations. Originally from Rio de Janeiro where he started as a copy writer, Seidl brings global experience and a unique perspective, having worked at Ogilvy Brazil in Sao Paulo and McCann Europe. Most recently, Seidl was at 360i in New York as a group creative director.

 

 

 

Gina Oliva has been named Senior Director of Marketing for NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations,  effective Monday, September 18th.In this role, Gina will provide strategic marketing guidance and support to NBC and Telemundo station Brand Directors. She will also collaborate with our cross-divisional and syndication partners on marketing priorities. In addition, she will lead the strategic development and management of all division-wide initiatives and tent pole events. She will report to Therese Gamba, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Acquired Programming and work with Kelly Bohling.Gina joins NBCUniversal from WABC-TV where she worked as marketing producer and account executive for the last three years.

 

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

Emiliano SacconeEmilio Saccone has resigned his position as president of MundoFox, the Spanish-language network backed by News Corp. and Columbian programming giant RCN, TVNewscheck reports. In a memo to staff, Saccone announced “a very personal decision” to step down from the position on Jan. 15, 2014, “to look at some more entrepreneurial ventures.” “I love building brands and teams. I also love creating, developing and producing content,” the memo said. “Launching (and then running) a U.S. broadcast network for the past almost two years has been a personal highlight of mine (and arguably my own Ph.D. on television!). It also made me realize just how much I miss that creative process.” Saccone was named president of MundoFox in March 2012 after serving as Fox International Channels’ president of entertainment and EVP of content. Fox Networks spokesman Scott Grogin says Saccone and MundoFox have agreed to a “first look” deal to develop television series for Fox International Channels.

Toyota has appointed two communications executives to newly created roles that it says will help the company further engage Hispanic and black consumers in North America. Patricia Pineda, most recently head of the Toyota USA Foundation, was named VP of Hispanic business strategy for North America. She is reporting to Julie Hamp, group VP and CCO for Toyota North America. Pineda will also oversee Toyota’s new Hispanic Business Strategy Group, focusing on increasing awareness of the Toyota, Lexus, and Scion brands to Hispanic consumers. The automaker has also appointed Jim Colon, previously VP of product communications at Toyota Motor Sales, to serve as VP of African-American business strategy for North America. Colon, who has held various roles at Toyota since 1980, will also report to Hamp.

Fabio SeidlLAPIZ, the marketing agency for emerging cultures inside Leo Burnett, has announced that Fabio Seidl will join them as SVP, Executive Creative Director. Seidl will report to LAPIZ CCO Laurence Klinger and will manage creative product across the agency’s client portfolio.
International television content and production company FremantleMedia appointed two new CEO’s for the U.S. Hispanic market and Latin America reinforcing its Portuguese-speaking presence with Daniela Busoli in Brazil and its Spanish-speaking presence with Adrián Santucho for Mexico, US Hispanic and Pan-Regional productions.

David Zaslav has signed a new contract that will keep him as CEO of Discovery Communications through the end of 2019. Zaslav joined Discovery as CEO in January, 2007 from NBC. Zaslav’s annual salary will remain $3 million but his bonus will increase on an annual basis. He received $49.9 million in compensation in 2012, including $25.3 million in stock awards and $15.8 million in option awards on top of his salary. The new contract will make him a “significant long-term shareholder” in Discovery Communications, the company said.

Mercury Media, a full-service direct response media agency in the country, appointed Ruben Hernandez to the newly created position of President, Long Form. Hernande two decades of expertise spans multiple media disciplines including television, digital, mobile, radio, print, direct mail and out-of-home. At Mercury Media, Hernandez will oversee all Long Form media, new business development, client services and operations. Prior to joining Mercury Media, Hernandez was instrumental in the launch and growth of Integrated Media Solutions.

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What? Fabio Seidl is joining the agency LAPIZ as executive creative director.
Why it matters? He will report to LAPIZ CCO Laurence Klinger and manage creative product across the agency’s client portfolio.

f seidlThe marketing agency for emerging cultures inside Leo Burnett,LAPIZ,has announced that Fabio Seidl will join them as SVP, Executive Creative Director. Seidl will report to LAPIZ CCO Laurence Klinger and will manage creative product across the agency’s client portfolio.

Seidl’s has been nearly 20 years in the industry. He has worked with global brands such as Coca-Cola, Hellman’s, General Motors, Dove, Volvo, Nestle, Cadbury, Billboard, Philips and Kraft Foods, among others. He is an award-winning for creative campaigns and has contributed to Ogilvy Brazil’s recognition as Agency of the Year at Cannes.

“LAPIZ is a great agency with tons of creative momentum and I couldn’t be happier to work alongside so many talented people,” said Seidl.

“It’s with great honor and excitement that we welcome Fabio to our family. With his expertise, I am confident that Fabio will not only help us meet our creative goals but his leadership will improve the ingenuity and quality of our product in the coming year,” said Laurence Klinger CCO of LAPIZ.

Seidl is joining Lapiz after the agency collected creative awards in 2013 and was crowned as Agency of the Year in the US Hispanic market at El Ojo de Iberoamerica Festival in Buenos Aires. It has also won new business including RE/MAX, Marshalls and Firestone among others.

“Fabio’s vast experience and success with developing award-winning global campaigns and innovations is impressive and the future of our industry,” says Gustavo Razzetti, EVP, Managing Director of LAPIZ.

What? Fabio Seidl is joining the agency LAPIZ as executive creative director.
Why it matters? He will report to LAPIZ CCO Laurence Klinger and manage creative product across the agency’s client portfolio.

f seidlThe marketing agency for emerging cultures inside Leo Burnett,LAPIZ ,has announced that Fabio Seidl will join them as SVP, Executive Creative Director. Seidl will report to LAPIZ CCO Laurence Klinger and will manage creative product across the agency’s client portfolio.

Seidl’s has been nearly 20 years in the industry. He has worked with global brands such as Coca-Cola, Hellman’s, General Motors, Dove, Volvo, Nestle, Cadbury, Billboard, Philips and Kraft Foods, among others. He is an award-winning for creative campaigns and has contributed to Ogilvy Brazil’s recognition as Agency of the Year at Cannes.

“LAPIZ is a great agency with tons of creative momentum and I couldn’t be happier to work alongside so many talented people,” said Seidl.

“It’s with great honor and excitement that we welcome Fabio to our family. With his expertise, I am confident that Fabio will not only help us meet our creative goals but his leadership will improve the ingenuity and quality of our product in the coming year,” said Laurence Klinger CCO of LAPIZ.

Seidl is joining Lapiz after the agency collected creative awards in 2013 and was crowned as Agency of the Year in the US Hispanic market at El Ojo de Iberoamerica Festival in Buenos Aires. It has also won new business including RE/MAX, Marshalls and Firestone among others.

“Fabio’s vast experience and success with developing award-winning global campaigns and innovations is impressive and the future of our industry,” says Gustavo Razzetti, EVP, Managing Director of LAPIZ.