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Arlen Kantarian, 43, to president-CEO, Radio City Productions, New York, from chief operating officer-entertainment and marketing. He succeeds James McManus, who left the company.

Scott Aylward to president-chief operating officer, a new position, Barkley & Evergreen, Kansas City, Mo., from exec VP-client services director.

James M. Moroney, 40, to president, Television Station Group, A.H. Belo Corp.'s Broadcast Division, Dallas, a new position, from exec VP.

Mike Wilberding, 42, to senior partner and general manager, Ogilvy & Mather, Detroit, from senior partner-client services director, which he'll continue to oversee. The general manager position had been vacant.

Steve Blamer to exec VP-managing director, Grey Advertising, Los Angeles, a new position, from exec VP-director of client services.

Bill O'Neill to executive director of communications, General Motors Corp. North American Operations, Warren, Mich., from communications director, Chevrolet Division. He takes over duties previously held by Director of Communications Linda Cook, who left the company.

Karen McTier to senior VP-North American sales, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Burbank, Calif., a new position, from VP.

Kathy Dwyer to senior VP, Revlon Inc., New York, a new position. She retains her post as president, Revlon Cosmetics USA.

Robert Burgher to senior VP-account director, W.B. Doner & Co., Southfield, Mich., from group account director-Mazda dealer groups, Foote, Cone & Belding, Grand Rapids.

Debbie McInnis to senior VP, Y&R Advertising, Detroit. She retains duties as account director-regional media for Lincoln-Mercury dealer groups.

William Chambers to senior VP-account director and managing director, Korey Kay & Partners, Miami; he retains responsibilities as principal, Complex Solutions, a Miami consulting company. Mr. Chambers succeeds Joe Palladino, who retired.

Peter Boutros, 33, to VP-international marketing, Disney Consumer Products, Burbank, Calif., a new post, from director-international marketing.

Mike Yatooma to director, Stone, August, Baker & Co.'s new Yellow Pages department, Troy, Mich., from sales manager, Ameritech.

Lynne Greene to VP-national sales manager, Origins Natural Resources, New York, from VP, Circle of Beauty. She succeeds Thia Breen, now senior VP-national sales manager, Clinique.

Jay Kolpon to VP-brand management, Bayer Consumer Care, Morristown, N.J., from director of Aleve and women's health/topicals. Also: Scott Everett to VP-strategic planning from director-cough/cold and brand management training.

Omer Malchin to VP-marketing, Pete's Brewing Co., Palo Alto, Calif., a new position, from group product director, cordials, Paddington Corp.

David Ford Innes to VP-creative director, BBDO, Chicago, a new position, from creative director, Ogilvy & Mather. Also: Melissa Taylor to media planner from the same title at North Castle Partners, Stamford, Conn.

Ron Wickwire to manager-division advertising and sales promotion in the Northeast, Jiffy Lube International, Houston, from brand manager, Pennzoil Products Co.

Mark Campagna to senior account exec, Greenstone Roberts, Orlando, Fla., a new position, from manager of corporate communications, Seagate Software, Lake Mary.


Richard Pinkham, a retired vice chairman of Ted Bates & Co. and a programming pioneer at NBC, died of cancer two weeks ago in Jupiter, Fla. He was 82. In the early 1950s, Mr. Pinkham helped introduce both the "Today" and "Tonight" shows. In 1957, he moved to Bates, where he held a number of senior media and programming positions before becoming vice chairman in 1976.

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