On The Move

The Media Edge unit of Young & Rubicam, New York, promoted Mitch Burg to chief operating officer and Robert Igiel to president of its new broadcast division. Igiel had been director of U.S. broadcast buying and planning and Burg was director of planning, overseeing all accounts.
BSMG Worldwide, New York, named Alexander Jutkowitz partner and president of its KRC Research unit. He was most recently chairman of Global Strategy Group in New York.
Hill and Knowlton, New York, promoted Ted Graham to worldwide director of knowledge management services. He had been director of knowledge management for the agency’s Canadian region and will continue to work at its Toronto office.
J. Abbott Miller joined Pentagram Design’s New York office as a partner. He had been director of Design/ Writing/Research, a multidisciplinary studio which produces books, magazines, exhibitions and symposia.
Display Technologies, College Point, hired David Rosen as director of sales and marketing in the TechStoc division. He was previously business manager at Merkert American.
Creative Healthcare Solutions in Saratoga Springs appointed Guy Mastrion senior vice president, managing director, creative in the company’s advertising division. He previously held that title at Lowe McAdams Healthcare in New York.
Frank Comerford was named executive vice president, sales, at the NBC Television Stations division in New York. He had served as vice president, director of sales at WNBC.
Newsweek, New York, named Bill Youngberg director of national accounts, a new position. He had been franchise development director since 1998.
Vicki Haupt joined EstÚe Lauder Cos., New York, in the newly created position of vice president, conceptual marketing, Prescriptives. She was previously a senior vice president and general merchandise manager at Bergdorf Goodman.
YM, New York, named Kristine Schreiber advertising director. She was most recently executive beauty director at In Style.
Dana Bogacki joined Dudnyk Public Relations in Horsham as a senior account executive. She had been an account manager at The Unland Hayes Group in Wayne.
Ardath Rodale, chairman and chief executive at Rodale Press, Emmaus, was named one of this year’s Top 50 Leading Women Entrepreneurs last month in Monaco. Honorees from around the world were chosen by a selection committee chaired by Anita Alberts, president of The Star Group in Cherry Hill, N.J.
Stanley Greene, president and chief operating officer of Tri-State Media in Philadelphia, received the Italian American Press’ Freedom Medal.
Dictaphone, Stratford, promoted Sandor Weisz to executive vice president, corporate and marketing communications from vice president of marketing communications and creative services.