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Comings and Goings

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Margery Gladstone, 51, president of Primedia's Modern Bride Group, New York, from senior VP-advertising for Boxerjam.com. Also, Roger Antin to VP and publisher of Modern Bride, from publisher of Worth Media's Civilization magazine. Mr. Antin succeeds Ilene Ripkin, who moves to senior VP-strategic market development, Primedia's Consumer Media and Magazines Group.

Charlie Collier to senior VP-sponsorship sales, from VP-sponsorship sales, Oxygen Media, New York.

Doner, Southfield, Mich., adds two VPs: Rosalind Keith, who also takes title of integrated marketing account director. She moves from her own shop, RGK Associates, Basking Ridge, N.J.; and Brian Keir, who also holds the title of account director, a new post. Mr. Keir moves from The Wolfe Group, Cleveland, where he was senior VP.

Andy Beaupre chief marketing officer, Brodeur Worldwide, Boston, a new post, from executive VP.

Per Robert Jacobson, 29, associate creative director at Leo Burnett USA, Chicago, adds the title of VP.

Daniel Lindecker, 36, to new post of senior VP-associate creative director, from VP-associate creative director at Campbell-Ewald, Warren, Mich. Also; Cristina Lorenzetti, 41, joins as VP-copy supervisor, succeeding Patricia Grey, who left.

Julie M. Haddon, 33, to new position of VP-marketing and business development for PDI/DreamWorks, the animation and visual effects affiliate of DreamWorks SKG, from director of marketing.

Maryanne Fisher to VP-marketing services at A&E Television Networks, New York, from creative director, The Lord Group, New York.

Richard De Croce to VP-international at Comedy Central, New York, from VP-international sales at Winstar Worldwide. Mr. De Croce succeeds Catherine Comte, who left. Also: John Sanborn to VP-chief creative officer, new media, from director at creative partnership LaFong, San Francisco.

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