Comings and Goings

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Bob Nichol, 45, to CEO, Square One Advertising, Dallas, from president, that agency's Southwest Media Group. He succeeds Tom Hansen, now head of strategic development.

Gayle Lambert to advertising manager, Time Inc.'s Health magazine, New York, from Eastern manager.

Randy Quinn, 45, to senior VP-brand development Unilever's home and personal care business in North America, from general manager-skin business team. He succeeds Gene Zeffren, who retired. Mr. Quinn's former role will be filled by Bill Littlefield.

William G. Christie, 53, to president, News America. Marketing's SmartSource i-Group, New York, from his own management consulting company. Mr. Christie succeeds Chistopher Mixon, 48, who was appointed exec VP-sales, News America Marketing. Also: John Linguiti, 48, to exec VP-chief financial officer, News America Marketing, from senior VP-finance, News Digital Media. News America Marketing and News Digital Media are both subsidiaries of News Corp.

Thomas Heymann, 43, to senior VP-general manager, A&E Television Networks' Biography Channel, New York, from senior VP-general manager, AETN Interactive.

Peter Levy, 43, to business development manager, Strategic Sports Group's properties division, New York, from sales executive at Viacom's WFAN radio.

Eileen Rivkin Sherman to West Coast advertising director, American Profile magazine, Franklin, Tenn., from Western regional director, Forbes American Heritage Group. She will work out of Los Angeles.

Lisa Shab to director-affiliate relations operations of the Customer Care Center for pay-per-view network In Demand, New York, from associate director affiliate relations/sales operations. Also: Michele Sinisi, 28, to regional senior manager, affiliate marketing, from regional marketing manager, affiliate marketing.

Chris Stephenson to president-CEO, music label Ministry of Sound's North American business, Los Angeles and New York, from senior VP-sales and marketing, House of Blues Entertainment. Also: Guy Ledger to marketing and product development, from product manager, London/Shire.

Ray Doustdar, 29, to VP-licensing and business development and equity partner, Stronghold Group, Los Angeles, from director of licensing, Vivendi's Universal Studios.

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