CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Jim Acosta, Pedro González, Maria Crespo…
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Jim Acosta has been promoted to CNN's chief White House correspondant. He has been covering the White House under the Obama and Drumpf administrations for CNN since 2013, but has become visible since his tough questions have prompted the president to accuse him of delivering "fake news".
iHeartMedia has appointed Pedro Javier González as senior vice president of programming for iHeartLatino. In his new position, González will help oversee the iHeartLatino brand and programming strategy and will assist in the recruitment of top programming and on-air talent.
Maria Crespo has joined PHD Media Spain as business development manager. She will be in charge of creating a team whose main function will be the execution and leadership of competitive pitches.
RPA Media Place has announced the arrival of their new director: Fernando Mariasch. He will be responsible of all the firm's operations, which deal with sales of programmatic advertising for media such as La Nación newspaper in Argentina.
Christian Rosenfeld has left Mondeléz International and has joined Kimberly-Clark as the new marketing manager for Huggies Wipes Latin America.
Xerox has announced the following changes in general management:
Fernando García Cantón has been promoted to general manager for Xerox Latin America.
Alejandro Jalife has been named general manager for Xerox Argentina.
Ezequiel Bardás has been appointed Mexico's general manager for Xerox.
Janet GrynbergChanging-Places Latin America, Latin AmericaTags: alejandro jalife, christian rosenfeld, CNN, ezequiel bardas, fernando garcia canton, fernando mariasch, Huggies, iheartlatino, jim acosta, maria crespo, pedro javier gonzalez, rpa media, xerox
Janet has worked as a translator and editor for magazines and publishing houses including Expansion and Grupo Planeta since 2014. She is part of the Portada editorial team, and her main interests include literature, traveling, and exploring new cultures.