Rick Haskins to exec VP-marketing, Lifetime Television, New York, from a consultant. He succeeds Mary Pat Ryan, who left the cable network.
Sandra B. Lawrence, 49, to senior VP-worldwide marketing, Polaroid Corp., Cambridge, Mass., from VP-general manager of marketing. She succeeds Jerry Noonan, now chief marketing officer, 1-800-Flowers.com, Westbury, N.Y., a new position.
David Salomon to exec VP-marketing, sports marketing agency Millsport, Stamford, Conn., a new position, from senior VP-marketing.
Andrea Hyde to senior VP-marketing, Kenneth Cole Productions, New York, from head of marketing, French Connection Group, London.
Darren A. Frank, 40, to VP-advertising sales, The New York Times, from group director-technology advertising. He succeeds Denise Warren, now VP-strategic planning.
Karen Magee, 38, to VP-consumer marketing, Time, New York, from general manager. She succeeds Ken Godshall now senior VP-partnership marketing and new business development for Time's consumer marketing division. Andrew Blau, 36, succeeds Ms. Magee, from director of operations.
Hasan Ramusevic, a managing partner at consultancy AAR/Bob Wolf & Partners, New York, has left to pursue other opportunities.
Deborah Kenny to group publisher, Children's Television Workshop, New York, a new position, from VP-marketing and business development, Time Warner's Parenting Group.
Joan Chiaramonte to director of strategic planning, Griffin Bacal, New York, a new position, from VP, Roper Starch's Roper Syndicated Services.
David Cohen died Aug. 5, at his home in Allendale, N.J., after battling cancer; he was 54. Mr. Cohen, a 23-year veteran of Meredith Corp., helped create a variety of magazines for the publisher, including Country Home, Golf for Women