Comings and goings

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Bill Bolster, 57, to chairman-CEO, CNBC International, New York, from chairman-CEO, CNBC. Also: Pamela Thomas-Graham, 38, to president-CEO, CNBC, from president-CEO of CNBC.com and exec VP of NBC.

Nancy LaPerla, 41, to senior VP-ad sales, AMC Networks, Jericho, N.Y., from marketing director.

Nick Law, 35, to creative director, Interpublic Group of Cos.' R/GA, New York, from creative director, FGI, New York.

Cynthia Park, 35, to exec VP-client services and managing partner, Kang & Lee Advertising, New York, from senior VP-client services and account director. Also: Saul Gitlin, 38, to exec VP-strategic services and new business from VP-strategic services and new business; and Yuri Makarov, 51, to VP-creative services from creative director.

Justine Sweeney to VP-advertising, McGill Associates, Dallas. Ms. Sweeney had been manager of ad sales promotion for The Dallas Morning News.

Richard Berenson to publisher, Time Inc.'s This Old House, New York, from associate publisher.

Karen Coleman, 39, to senior VP, Bcom3 Group's Starcom North America, Chicago, from media director. Also: Jack Sullivan, 46, to senior VP, from out-of- home unit director.

Andy Brief to partner, DeVito/Verdi, New York. Mr. Brief is part of the management and creative team. Also: Chris Tinkham to partner. He is part of the media planning and buying management team.

David Sommers to producer-head of marketing, Big Wave Music, New York, from producer, Crew Cuts, New York.

Sarah Bolton to marketing manager, dwell, San Francisco, from marketing communications director, iSyndicate.

Danida Reardon, 42, to buying director, Omnicom Group's GSD&M, Chicago, from VP-director of local broadcast, Bohbot Kids Network.

Lydell Capritta, 43, to CEO, Blue Diesel, Columbus, Ohio, from president, HMS Direct Marketing, Columbus.

Michael Provus, 27, to ad director, Dennis Publishing's Stuff, New York, from sales development director.

Tony Kinard to director-new business development, MaxMedia, Atlanta, from business-development manager, Organic.

Jerry Selick, 43, to U.S. chief financial officer, WPP Group's Burson-Marsteller, New York, from business manager-media practice.

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