The One Club for Art & Copy in New York elected five new members to its board for 1998: Lee Clow, chairman and chief creative officer worldwide at TBWA Chiat/Day in Venice, Calif.; Mark Fenske, creative director and owner of The Bomb Factory in Malibu, Calif.; Jeff Goodby, co-chairman and creative director of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco; Helayne Spivak, former worldwide creative director at J. Walter Thompson in New York; and Tracy Wong, chairman and creative director of WongDoody in Seattle.
Patrick McGrath, president and chief executive officer of Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor in New York, and Shelly Lazarus, chairman and chief executive officer of Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide in New York, were nominated chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the 1998-99 board of directors of the American Association of Advertising Agencies in New York. The 4A’s also made the following nominations: secretary-treasurer, Sally Minard, partner in Lotas Minard Patton McIver; and directors-at-large, Ken Kaess, president of U.S. operations at DDB Needham; Brendan Ryan, chairman and chief executive officer of FCB Worldwide; and Christopher Jones, chairman and chief executive officer of J. Walter Thompson Worldwide.
Hill, Holliday/Altschiller in New York signed Steve St. Clair as senior vice president and creative director. Previously, St. Clair was a creative director at Earle Palmer Brown in New York and W.B. Doner & Co. in Baltimore.
Forbes Inc. in New York promoted Bruce Rogers to vice president of marketing communications and Constance Gardner to conference sales manager.
John Allen, former senior vice president and group management director at Foote, Cone & Belding, became a senior partner at Lippincott & Margulies in New York.
Think New Ideas installed Brian Martin, who was creative head of The Microsoft Network, as creative director of its New York office.
Paul DeBenedittis, formerly with USA Network, joined the staff of MTV: Music Television in New York as director of planning and scheduling.
Poppe Tyson in New York added Mark Kratzer, most recently chief information officer of Interactive Imaginations, as technical director.
James Warner, former president of the CBS Television Network, assumed the same title at the Primedia Magazine Group in New York.
Dow Jones & Co. in New York voted Edwin Finn, editor of Barron’s, president of the publication.
Marilyn Prout recently advanced to senior vice president of the Getko Group in Westbury.
A new management team was installed at Sundance Channel in New York: Larry Aidem, president; Tom Harbeck, executive vice president of programming and creative director; and Liz Manne, senior vice president of programming and creative marketing. Manne was also appointed executive vice president of Sundance Channel Presents.
Jacob Young was named development editor at Time Inc. in New York, replacing Isolde Motley, who became managing editor of Life. Young was most recently assistant managing editor in charge of development at People.
Spin magazine in New York selected Haidee Findlay-Levin editorial fashion director, a new position at the periodical.
Nada Stirratt, former director of advertising at Conde Nast’s Allure, was hired as senior vice president to manage the ad sales staff of MovieFone in New York.
CramerSweeney, Cherry Hill, added Marisa Avallone as associate account executive.
Lynn Goslin and Sheri Heckel progressed to media supervisor and associate creative director of art, respectively, at Gianettino & Meredith in Short Hills.
Harrison Wilson & Associates in Parsippany promoted Paul DiMartino to vice president and art group supervisor, Scott Thompson to art group supervisor, Jill St. Ambrogio to group copy supervisor and Everett Jackson to copywriter.
Robert Bohn was named director of sales and marketing at ESPN’s Sports-Ticker in Jersey City.
Agnew & Corrigan Advertising in Lancaster hired Bill Denk, co-founder of Hanover Digital Design, as computer artist and production manager.
Nancy Beaubaire, former editor of Hearst’s Country Living Gardener, assumed the same role at Rodale’s Organic Gardening in Emmaus.
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