Comings and Goings

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Kevin Granath to VP-sales, WindWire, Research Triangle Park, N.C., from VP-sponsorship sales, Classified Ventures, New York.

Mark Pasetsky to managing director-consumer and entertainment, Middleberg Euro RSCG, New York, from VP-communications, MTV Networks, New York.

Suzanne Gibbons-Neff to VP-corporate communications, Primedia, New York. She will retain her title as VP-corporate communications, About.com, which is expected to merge with Primedia.

Kobe Suvongse to creative director, Duffy New York, from senior design director of Duffy Minneapolis.

Jim Foster to VP-video sales and distribution, Universal Studios Home Video, Universal City, Calif., from national HBC sales planning manager, Gillette Co.

Charles McNiff to associate publisher, US Weekly, New York, from publisher, Walking, New York.

Deborah Von Kutzlebon to VP-account supervisor, BBDO, South, Atlanta, from BBDO Worldwide, NY.

William W. Beebe III to senior VP-sales and marketing, Bandai America, Cypress, Calif., from Playmates Toys.

Robert "Bob" Westerfield to chief operating officer, Change Technology Partners, Greenwich, Conn., from chief financial officer of CTPI's interdisciplinary professional e-services subsidiary, eHotHouse.

Steven C. DeLorenzo to chief financial officer, Zagat Survey LLC, New York, from senior VP-chief financial officer Pseudo Programs. Also: Kristen Curtin to VP-marketing. from director of marketing, Tradeout.

Barbara Zaneri to senior VP-program planning and acquisitions, the National Network, New York, from VP-programming, acquisitions and scheduling, USA Broadcasting, Los Angeles.

Daniel Lagani, 37, to VP-publisher, Ladies' Home Journal, New York from publisher, George, New York.

Mary Donahue Quinlan, 46, to publisher of Disney Publishing's Discover magazine, New York, from senior VP, Phase2Media, New York.

Denise Andermann to publisher, Scientific American, New York, from associate publisher.

Jack Irving, media director, Saatchi & Saatchi, New York, plans to relinquish his title Feb. 28 and leave the agency by Apr. 30. Mr. Irving will continue to consult for Saatchi through 2001, and in the future he plans to conduct charitable work and establish a sports-memorabilia business.

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