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Darren A. Frank, 40, to VP-advertising sales, The New York Times, from group director-technology advertising. He succeeds Denise Warren, now VP-strategic planning.

Deborah Kenny to group publisher, a new post at Children's Television Workshop, New York, from VP-marketing and business development, Time Warner's Parenting Group division.

Jerry Noonan to chief marketing officer, a new post at 1-800-Flowers.com, Westbury, N.Y., from senior VP-worldwide marketing, Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass.

Rick Haskins to exec VP-marketing, Lifetime Television, New York. Mr. Haskins, formerly with Walt Disney Co., comes to Lifetime from his self-named consultancy, the Haskins Group. In January, Random House will publish his book, "Brand Yourself." He succeeds Mary Pat Ryan, who left the cable network.

Copyright August 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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