Fates & Fortunes
By Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 8/22/2004 8:00:00 PM
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Steve King, VP/director, sales, Millennium Sales and Marketing, Los Angeles, to national sales manager, KPIX San Francisco.
At WBBM Chicago: Amanda Holder, sales promotion/research director, KSEE Fresno, Calif., named sales marketing manager; Stephen Wisinski, manager, on-air promotion, WKYC Cleveland, Ohio, named promotion manager.
Milana Walter, consultant, Minority Business Development Council, Chicago, named director, station relations, WMAQ Chicago.
Edward Foxworth III, public relations/marketing consultant, The Urban Fox Network, Detroit, appointed director, public affairs, WWJ and WKBD Detroit.
Beth Worsham, general manager/director, sales, WXLV/WUPN Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem, N.C., named local sales manager, KPNX Mesa, Ariz.
John Egan, director, business development, Tellium Inc., Oceanport, N.J., named VP, Cox Business Services, Cox Communications, Inc., Phoenix, Ariz.
Larry Williamson, general manager, Fort Wayne, Ind., system, Comcast Cable, named area VP, Western Michigan, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Dick Stark, director, marketing, Regent Communications, Albany, N.Y., moves to Time Warner Cable advertising as promotions manager, Northeast region, Albany, N.Y.
Adam Stewart, VP/national sales manager, Discovery Channel/Travel Channel, named senior VP/national sales manager, advertising sales, Discovery Networks, New York.
Paul Cothran, director, health and community programs, The Big Apple Circus, New York, named VP/executive director, Save the Music Foundation, VH1, New York.
Frank DeRose, VP, program scheduling, USA Network, New York, named VP, scheduling and acquisitions, Lifetime Entertainment Services, New York.
Adina Pitt, director, acquisitions, Nickelodeon, New York, promoted to VP.
John DeSimone, account executive, sales team, Univision Television Group, New York, appointed VP, national sales, Univision, New York.
Erika Faust, VP, marketing and distribution, iVillage, New York, joins Court TV, New York, as senior director, business development, strategy and business development unit.
John Elliott, weekday weathercaster, Early Today, CNBC, Secaucus, N.J., anchor/correspondent, MSNBC, New York, named weathercaster, 5-7 a.m. weekday newscasts/local updates, The Early Show, weekdays 7-9 a.m., KCBS Los Angeles.
Sarah Hughes, 2002 Olympic Gold Medalist, Women's Figure Skating, named reporter, 2004 Olympic games, Athens, Greece, WCBS New York.
Lincoln Kennedy, NFL veteran, named analyst, NFL Total Access, NFL Network, New York.
Dana Larson, anchor/reporter, Fox Sports News, Dallas, adds weeknight anchor and host, High School Spotlight.
Doug Kaplan, VP, business affairs, SIRIUS, New York, promoted to senior VP, business affairs and business development, entertainment and sports.
Mike Antonovich, senior VP, global sales and marketing, PanAmSat Corporation, Wilton, Conn., promoted to executive VP, global sales and marketing.
Charlie Kennamer, VP, digital engineering, Comcast, Englewood, Colo., named chair, engineering committee, Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers, Exton, Penn.
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