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Lora Schulson and Nathy Aviram, the former TBWA/Chiat/Day/N.Y. senior producers behind the agency's much-celebrated work for Combos, Skittles, Starburst and Sprint-Nextel, will be reuniting with former colleagues Ian Reichenthal and Scott Vitrone at Y&R, New York. In early August, Schulson and Aviram will assume the roles of co-executive directors of content production and will work closely with head of broadast Craig Sloane and the agency's digital department. Schulson, a 17-year industry vet, had spent the last 11 years at Chiat in both the L.A. and New York offices. Aviram, who was at Chiat for 10 years, began his career in the film business before moving into advertising.