People on the Move

Executive Announcements from the Past Week

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Ian Smith, 42, to president, international, Bates Worldwide, New York, a new position, from managing director, George Paterson Bates, Sydney.

John Squires, 40, to president, Entertainment Weekly, New York, from senior VP-consumer marketing, Time Inc. He suceeds Michael Klingensmith 45, now president, Sports Illustrated.

Lisa Zakrajsek to VP-red and white marketing, Campbell Soup Co.'s U.S. Grocery Division, Camden, N.J., from VP-Mexican Meals Division, Pillsbury Co. She succeeds Gary Fassak, now VP-business development, Campbell's Campbell Sales unit.

Robert W. Watson to VP-marketing and media, Newspaper Association of America's Newspaper National Network, New York, from senior VP-marketing and sales, Age Wave Communications. He succeeds Carol Karasick, who is moving to a new, as-yet unannounced position at Newspaper Association of America.

Lewis Sanza to VP, Wilkins Outdoor Network, Atlanta, from principal, Modular Communications Group, Los Angeles.

Madelin Bosakewich to publisher, Glamour en Espanol, a start-up title licensed by Ideas Publishing Group, Miami, from Conde Nast Publications for U.S. and Latin American distribution, from U.S. advertising director, Editorial Televisa, Miami.

Wally Hayward, 29, to director of sports marketing, Leo Burnett Co. media unit Starcom Media Services, Chicago, a new position, from supervisor of sports and event marketing, Leo Burnett Media.

Martin Schaus and Kurt Conner to senior VP-creative directors, W.B. Doner & Co., Southfield, Mich. Both positions are new. Mr. Schaus had been senior VP-associate creative director. Mr. Conner was VP-associate creative director.

Peter McHugh to creative director, Hal Riney & Partners/Heartland, Chicago, from group creative director, Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis. He succeeds Jonathan Harries, who left the company.

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