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Gotham, New York, has promoted Chris Hinkaty to account supervisor from account executive. He joined the agency's media department in 1996 and has worked with such clients as Fidelity Investments, Web MD and ebank.
Vigilante, the New York-based urban marketing division of Leo Burnett, hired Leonard Peters-Smith as associate creative director working on Johnnie Walker, Major League Baseball and Sprint. He was most recently a senior art director at Young & Rubicam in New York.
E&M Advertising, New York, added two senior level employees. Susan Shore was named associate media director; she had worked at Wunderman Cato Johnson. James Regan was appointed director of business development; he was previously with Merck and Co. Michael Collins, creative director at Saphar & Associates in Rochester, received a Prism award from the Public Relations Society of America. Collins was honored for his work on MicroMass Communications' corporate brochure.
Martin Grant was named president of College Television Network, New York. He previously served as president of national sales and marketing at Channel One Network. Before joining Channel One, Grant was senior vice president, group account director and managing partner at D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, New York.
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The Hal Lewis Group, Philadelphia, named Donald Atkinson senior vice president, group account director. Alex Blanchet also advanced to group account supervisor from account supervisor; Laura Perry was elevated to account supervisor from senior account executive; Kathie Klingler was promoted to human resources director from human resources manager; and Marvin Bowe and Beth Boyle were both elevated to senior graphic designer after serving as graphic designers.
Hal Lewis division Biologix Communications, also in Philadelphia, hired Michele Stewart as senior copywriter. She was previously a copywriter at 30 West Advertising in St. Davids.
Devon Direct Marketing & Advertising in Philadelphia named James Nolan vice president, client management, a new position. He joined the firm last year and most recently served as management supervisor on the Fleet account.