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Vincent Di Giulio COMINGS AND GOINGS

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Andrew J. Oleszczuk to president, Tribune Ventures, Chicago, from VP-development at parent Tribune Co. He succeeds Donn Davis, who left the company. Thomas D. Leach succeeds Mr. Oleszczuk; he had been VP-strategy and development, Tribune Broadcasting, another unit of Tribune Co.

Jane Groft to senior VP-corporate media director, Publicis Hal Riney & Partners, San Francisco, from VP-media director, Hal Riney & Partners/Heartland, Chicago. She succeeds David Verklin, who left in April to become CEO, Carat North America.

David Lalich to senior VP-marketing, Playboy Enterprises' Playboy Online (Playboy.com), New York, a new position, from president-CEO, Classified Warehouse.

Will Perry to senior VP-group creative director, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, Detroit, from regional creative director, Eastern Central Europe and creative director for Coca-Cola Europe.

Kellie J. McCluskey, 40, to VP-advertising, CompUSA, Dallas, from senior director-advertising. The post had been vacant.

Nan Halperin to VP-marketing partnership, Children's Television Workshop's Magazine Publishing Group, New York, a new position, from VP-home video.

D. Bruce Hutchison, 49, to VP-marketing, U.S. operations, Midas International Corp., Chicago, from VP-advertising and market research, Thomson Multimedia. He succeeds David Lush, who left the company.

Vincent Di Giulio to VP-marketing for retail services, Universal Studios Home Video, Universal City, Calif., a new position, from VP-video sales, Universal Music & Video Distribution.

Anthony Cenname to advertising director, Conde Nast Publications' Details, New York, from U.S. director of advertising, Conde Nast International. He succeeds Steven Deluca, who left the company.

Bill Ganon to director of sales development, Newsweek, New York, from Western regional advertising director, Santa Monica, Calif. He succeeds Bill Youngberg, now Newsweek's franchise development director, based in Chicago.

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