Daniel A. Carp to president-chief operating officer, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N.Y., a new post, from exec VP-assistant chief operating officer.
Alyce Alston to publisher, Gruner & Jahr USA Publishing's YM, New York, from ad director, Allure. She succeeds Victoria Lasdon Rose, who left to become publisher of Mademoiselle. Nada Stirratt succeeds Ms. Alston, from ad manager.
Stuart Snyder to president-chief operating officer, Feld Entertainment, Vienna, Va., from general manager, Turner Home Entertainment, a unit eliminated due to the Time Warner merger.
John F. Smith, 45, to general manager, Cadillac Motor Car Division, Warren, Mich., from president of GM's Allison Transmission Division. He succeeds John Grettenberger, 59, who is retiring.
Paul Goldsmith to president, Franklin Spier, New York, from president, Goldsmith & Associates. He succeeds Len Fogge, who left last spring to become exec VP-creative and marketing services, Showtime Network.
Arthur J. Christiani to partner, Yankelovich Partners, Norwalk, Conn., a new position, from director-marketing information, Kraft General Foods, White Plains, N.Y.
Gary Epstein, 36, to director of business development, Euro RSCG Tatham, Chicago, a new position, from senior VP-group management director, J. Walter Thompson USA.
Edward Leonard to VP-marketing, Six Flags Great America's new Midwest Division, Gurnee, Ill., from VP-marketing, Six Flags St. Louis. Also: Todd Goodrich to director of advertising and promotions for the division from the same post at Six Flags St. Louis.
Brad Most to VP-management supervisor on the H&R Block account, Young & Rubicam, Chicago, from VP.
Duncan Milner, 39, to executive creative director, TBWA Chiat/
Day, St. Louis, from associate creative director at the agency's Los Angeles office. He succeeds Lloyd Wolfe, who left.