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Robert Reisenberg COMINGS AND GOINGS

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Robert Reisenberg adds the title exec VP, McCann-Erickson Worldwide, New York, to that of broadcast and programming director on the Coca-Cola Co. account.

Elie Dekel to exec VP, Fox Family Worldwide's new Consumer Products Division, Los Angeles, from exec VP-marketing and advertising, Fox Family Worldwide.

Lynn Edmonds to exec VP-general manager, Vantage Direct Marketing Services, Brookline, Mass., from senior VP-general manager of the fund-raising division of Epsilon, Burlington, Mass.

Abby Kohnstamm, 44, to senior VP-marketing, IBM Corp., Armonk, N.Y., a new position, from VP-corporate marketing.

Shawne Murphy-Johnson to senior VP, Campbell Mithun Esty, Minneapolis, a new position, from management supervisor.

Lee Masters to president-CEO, Liberty Interactive, Englewood, Colo., a new-media venture, from president-CEO, E! Entertainment Television, Los Angeles.

Tom Quarton to president, Western region, and San Francisco office managing director, Landor Associates, from president-chief operating officer, Cirque Corp. He succeeds Craig Branigan, now London-based president of Landor's European operations.

Natalie Swed Stone, 43, to VP-manager of network radio, Media Edge, New York, from national account manager and marketing director, MediaAmerica. She succeeds Leslie Sturm, who left the company.

Jamie Michelson to VP-management supervisor, W.B. Doner & Co., Baltimore, a new position, from account supervisor.

David Beckman to VP-New York sales, Turner Interactive Sales, New York, a new position, from VP-sales manager, Time-Warner's Goodwill Games.

Peter Agiovlassiti to VP-media director, West & Vaughan, Raleigh-Durham, N.C., from VP-broadcast director, McKinney & Silver.

Daniel Riley to account manager, National Geographic Magazine, Detroit, from national advertising manager, Kick! He succeeds Karen Wink, who left the company.

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