RON FEINBAUM was promoted to executive vice president of business development at Scripps Networks Interactive. Feinbaum previously served as general manager and senior vice president.
ELLEN KUNES was named editor-in-chief of Health magazine. She is the founding editor of O, The Oprah Magazine and former editor-in-chief of Redbook.
Cronin and Company promoted TRACY KLIMKOSKI to senior media planner/buyer; hired JODI CIARLEGLIO as traffic manager; NICK KOUTSOPOULOS as assistant media planner/buyer and LAURA MELENKIVITZ as media planner/buyer.
Ad Partners promoted CHRISTINA CLAYTON from media coordinator to media buyer. Clayton will specialize in a variety of assigned markets for which she’ll buy print and broadcast media for local and national accounts.
MPG promoted STEVE LANZANO to chief operating officer. Lanzano will be responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of MPG’s marketing and service professionals in the United States. Lanzano most recently served as general manager of MPG NY, where he was responsible for client service and strategic development. Prior to that he was CEO of Mediaedge:cia, where he was responsible for overseeing the agency’s operations across all U.S. offices and Canada.
Mediaedge:cia named GERARD BROUSSARD as managing partner, Strategic Insights and Analytics for MEC MediaLab, ohal and Competitive Edge and ART CHRISTIANI as managing partner at ohal.
PAUL READER has been named executive director of brand communications for Men's Health. Reader joins Men's Health from In Style where for the last six years he served as director of public affairs.
Dow Jones Online named FRED DOSCHER as director, market intelligence and ANITA MATALIA as sales production manager, both with the strategic sales and marketing group. Doscher has more than 12 years in market research with Ask.com, AC Nielsen and most recently, Forbes.com. Matalia joins from CBS Digital Media where she was a senior project manager working on CBS Sportsline.com.
TOBY SACHS, most recently svp, group management director at Draftfcb in Chicago, has been named the new chief global growth officer.
PAM SLAY has been promoted to senior vice president, network program publicity, Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel. Since 2002, Slay has served as vice president, network program publicity, Hallmark Channel.
Steak Media named JOY REMUZZI as marketing director. Most recently, Remuzzi served as business development and marketing manager at SEM consultancy Greenlight Search Marketing.
Gospel Music Channel hired PAUL BUTLER as president, business affairs and development, responsible for managing the legal and business affairs of the network. Butler previously worked for VH1 and Country Music Television.
ANDREA MONDELLO was named web editor of SuccessMagazine.com. Mondello will oversee editorial content of the Web site, creating online exclusives that expand print offerings and developing interactive features. Mondello joins Success from iCrossing, where she served as web developer.
DOUG HURST was named senior vice president and general manager of non-linear distribution at Scripps. Hurst will manage Scripps Networks' relationships with non-linear distributors, which include Web sites, mobile services, video on demand, syndicated broadband and download to own video services.
MARISA BELGER was named executive editor of Tango; JEANANN PANNASCH was named managing editor; MARIA MCDANIEL was tapped as vice president of integrated sales and marketing and BILL COOLEY was named sales manager, west coast.
Time Inc. promoted SYLVIA AUTON and STEPHANIE GEORGE to executive vice presidents. In addition, NORA MCANIFF will step down as co-chief operating officer. Auton will continue her role as chief executive officer of IPC Media, and will also assume responsibility for Southern Progress Corporation and the business sides of All You and Life. George will continue her role as president, In Style, Real Simple and Essence, and will add responsibility for Corporate Sales and Marketing and the business sides of the People Group and Entertainment Weekly.
MIKE DEBARTOLO was promoted to executive vice president of Parade.
Screenvision restructured its ad sales team, promoting BOB SHAW to divisional vice president, national ad sales.
Concrete Pictures named SUZANNE DUNN vice president, interactive business development.
Toy NY named JAKE BENJAMIN as copywriter, MARK VOEHRINGER as art director and KELLAN ANDERSON as an assistant account executive.
HAROLD CORBRAN, JR. joined Draftfcb HealthCare as its executive vice president/chief operating officer. Corbran most recently served as Euro RSCG Life Marketing Services Group’s EVP/COO.
SHIRRA HIRSCHFELD joined Colby & Partners as director of online.
SmartReply promoted ERIC HOLMEN from EVP to president.
BERNARD MEISLER joined Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners as technology strategist. He joins from MTV Networks in New York where he worked as a senior web developer and technical lead working primarily on the Nick and Nickjr franchises.
TAXI promoted JAMES FOX to chief strategic officer, up from head of planning.
DAVID BRYANT and TIMOTHY BRUNS were hired as executive vice president/executive creative directors at Draftfcb New York. Bryant, who most recently served as vice president/creative director at Digitas New York, will serve as the worldwide creative director on the Motorola interactive business, while Bruns will be the creative lead for the agency's digital practice, joining from TBWA/Chiat/Day's TEQUILANY where he served as executive creative director.
Madison Square Garden has appointed SCOTT RICHMAN to the newly created role of senior vice president and general manager of MSG Interactive for MSG Media. Before joining MSG Media, Richman was vice president and general manager, programming at America Online where he oversaw sales integration, promotion and marketing for various AOL properties.
BBDO Asia Pacific is opening an office in Vietnam. BBDO Vietnam will open in April and be led by DAVID SMAIL, who is currently the ECD of JWT Vietnam.
MEGAN REICHARD rejoined Empower MediaMarketing as a client strategist.
Tribal DDB Canada has appointed COSMO CAMPBELL as creative director of the Vancouver office. Previously, Campbell was associate creative director for DDB Canada’s Vancouver office.
Stand Advertising named RENÉE KORUS as brand development director, a new position. She will act as chief brand steward, overseeing all account planning and research on all accounts and on new business. Previously, Korus was a freelance creative director at marketing agency Concept One.
JAMIE ANDERSON joined Energy BBDO as vp, director of interactive. Anderson will be responsible for the development and delivery of digital, brand-building solutions for the agency’s clients. He joins the agency from Whittmanhart, where he was an executive creative director.
The Independent Film Channel promoted KENT REES to vice president of marketing. Rees will oversee all trade and consumer marketing for the network and will focus on the development of the IFC “tv, uncut” brand.