McCann-Erickson Worldwide, New York, named Mark Buckman director of worldwide media operations and Mœirne Laffan senior vice president and international media director of worldwide accounts. Mark Stewart, executive vice president and media director of McCann New York, assumed additional media responsibilities for McCann North America.
Eve Asbury arrived at Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, New York, as vice president and director of print and digital production, a new position.
MTV Networks, New York, selected Tricia Lynch director of market development, affiliate sales and marketing.
Christopher Clark was appointed vice president and general manager of the Forbes Management Conference Group in New York. Catherine Calhoun, former senior editor of American Heritage, advanced to general manager of the American Heritage division of Forbes.
Porter Novelli, New York, promoted Adele Myers to account supervisor, Jennifer Dennen, Alexandra Martinengo and Kristin Holmes to senior account executives, and Deirdre Carraher and Stephanie Davidson to assistant account executives. The agency also added Jeffrey Moran as account supervisor, Terra Malcolm, Kelly Hewitt and Gina Contursi as account executives, and Debra Zapotocky as production manager.
Denise Fierro, former advertising manager at Vogue, was designated national ad director of Modern Bride, New York.
Syracuse-based Sage Marketing Communications enlisted William Patrick as controller.
Phil Bambino, former print production manager at Grey Advertising, joined Greenstone Roberts in Melville as vice president and director of print services.
Donaudy Munch Marketing Communications in Hauppauge hired Carol Devine, former account executive at Grey Advertising, as senior account executive.
Kay Wild became associate publisher, East of The American Benefactor magazine in New York.
The Food Network, New York, promoted Bud Breheney to vice president of Eastern regional and local ad sales.
Bruce Goerlich, after a six-month stint at Western International Media in Los Angeles, returned to MediaVest, New York, as strategic director worldwide.
Warwick Baker O’Neill, New York, assigned Anna Aldarelli to its strategic planning department as planning director. Previously, Aldarelli was a senior planner at J. Walter Thompson.
Andrew Hill, former president of CBS Productions, was named president of programming for K-III Communications Corp.’s Channel One Network.
American Express Custom Publishing, New York, appointed Bill Reis director of sales.
Alexandra Raine progressed to senior vice president and continues as group manager of Amen & Associates, the investor relations subsidiary of Ketchum Public Relations in New York.
Landor Associates, New York, signed Julia Beardwood, a 10-year-plus veteran of D’Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, as executive director of brand identity.
Suzanne Jennings joined USA Networks, New York, as senior publicist, corporate communications.
Myers International Sales, New York, installed Nancy Burlin as vice president and account director, a new position. Previously, Burlin was with TeleRep.
Christopher Napolitano, associate editor, moved up to senior editor at Playboy magazine in New York.
Success Multimedia Enterprises, New York, named Steven Slon, former managing editor of Men’s Health, editor-in-chief of Success and Duncan Maxwell Anderson, former senior editor of Success, editor-in-chief of Working at Home.
Ryan Direct in Westport welcomed two former Foote, Cone & Belding Direct staffers, Judy Painter and Sam Smith, as vice presidents and creative directors.
Patricia Oliveto, most recently an account executive at North Castle Partners, assumed the same role at J. Brown/LMC Group, Stamford.
Ted Thomas Associates, Philadelphia, installed Deborah Farley as an account supervisor.
Anne Alexander became editor of Prevention magazine in Emmaus.
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