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Michael Malone to senior VP-marketing, Sony Corp.'s Sony Pictures Consumer Products, Los Angeles, from senior VP-retail marketing, News Corp.'s 20th Century Fox Filmed Entertainment. He succeeds Michael Peikoff, who left the company to pursue other endeavors.

Bob Raidt to senior VP-regional account director from regional account director, Bcom3 Group's Leo Burnett USA, Chicago. He is based in the Singapore office of Beacon Communications, a joint venture of Leo Burnett and sibling D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles. Also: Lee-Anne Setterington to senior VP-creative director and director of promotions from creative director-director of promotions; Elizabeth Justus, 33, to VP-account director from account director, Boston; Michael Shanahan, 36, to VP-director of broadcast production business from director-broadcast production business; and Ray Swift, 46, to VP-senior TV commercial producer from senior TV commercial producer.

Jeff Bail, 43, to senior VP-sports marketing, Interpublic Group of Cos.' DraftWorldwide, Chicago. He had been the founder of S3/Sports & Sponsorship Solutions. Also: Brian Page, 28, to account director-sports marketing from partner, S3; Brian Miller, 33, to VP-group account director, from independent consultant, Grayscale; Nancy Forster, 30, to account director, from account director, WPP Group-owned Ogilvy & Mather's OgilvyOne; and Gad Meiron, 45, to VP-concept director, from creative director at Publicis Groupe's Frankel & Co.

Jo Holz to VP-research, In Demand, New York, from VP-research, Oxygen Media.

Steve Libroia to chief financial officer, Knowledge Networks, Menlo Park, Calif., from chief financial officer-U.S., United Business Media's NOP World.

Brent Feldman, 36, to senior principal-group account director, Cordiant Communications Group's Bates Worldwide, New York, from VP-management.

Lynda Oliver, 37, to group account director, Omnicom Group's Tracy Locke Partnership, Dallas, from group manager-new media at Verizon Information Services.

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