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Andrew Hayman to chief relationship officer, a new post overseeing worldwide client services at Organic, San Francisco, from president-chief operating officer, Signatures Network.

Curt Doty, 40, to exec VP-creative director, a new position at Pittard Sullivan, Culver City, Calif., from VP-creative director.

Chris Hylen to senior VP-marketing, strategy and business development, Business.com, Santa Monica, Calif., from chief marketing officer, Stamps.com.

Fred Siegel to senior VP-marketing and corporate strategy, Icast, Woburn, Mass., from senior VP-marketing, Excite@home.

Kevin Lynch 46, to senior VP, Sunset Publishing, Birmingham, Ala., from VP-publisher, Southern Living. Both Sunset Publishing and Southern Living are properties of Time Inc. Rich Smyth succeeds Mr. Lynch, at Southern Living, from VP-advertising director.

Rich Goldfarb to senior VP-media sales, a new position at National Geographic Channel-U.S. and Fox Cable Networks, New York, from senior VP, NBC Cable Networks.

Fran Heller to senior VP-managing director of promotion marketing, Impiric, New York, from managing director of Flair Communications' New York office.

Annette Cerbone to VP-new business, a new post at Discovery Channel, New York, from managing partner-local broadcast, Optimum Media Direction USA, Omnicom Group's media buying agency.

Dennis Nikles, 39, to VP-media director, Media Logic, Albany, N.Y., from VP-media director, Barker Campbell Farley & Mansfield, Virginia Beach, Va.

Kathryn Davison Klinger, 45, to director of licensing, a new position at Primedia Enterprises, New York, from manager of licensing acquisitions, Mattel. Also, at Primedia Digital Video: Bruce Gamache to president, from chief operating officer, Digital Entertainment Network.

Gary Plochinski, 47, to associate creative director, a new position at BBDO Worldwide Troy, Mich., from senior writer on the regional Dodge dealer account. Also: Mark Wenrick, 31, to controller, from a manager at Ernst & Young, Detroit. He succeeds Robert Crewe, who is retiring.

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