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Grant Schneider to chief marketing officer, Time Inc.'s women, entertainment and luxury group, New York, from VP-marketing and brand strategy, Time Inc.'s Real Simple.

Lisa Kraynak to senior VP-strategic marketing, digital media, NBC Universal, New York, from senior VP-marketing for the city of New York.

Barbara Canning Brown, 47, to director-analytics/CRM, Interpublic's R/GA. She had spent the previous five years within Interpublic sibling agencies FCB/AnalyticI, Draft and Sloan Group. Also: Judy Oppenheim, 49, to director-research from VP-corporate Internet group, JPMorgan Chase.

Tony Accurso to general manager, WPP Group's JWT, Atlanta, from executive management director.

John Harrobin to VP-advertising, Verizon Wireless, from VP-marketing sales and sales operations for the Western U.S. Mr. Harrobin succeeds Marvin Davis, now VP-marketing, Comcast.

Maury Giles, 35, to director-analytic solutions, Omnicom Group's GSD&M, Austin, Texas, from VP-senior consultant and senior research executive, Wirthlin Group, Washington.

M¢nica Gil to VP-communications and community affairs, Nielsen Media Research, Los Angeles, from senior VP, Greer, Margolis, Mitchell & Burns.

Joseph Czarkowski to VP-national sales manager, Discovery Networks' Discovery Health Channel and BBC America, New York, from account executive.

Jeffrey Leopold to senior VP-director of global communications, WPP's 141 Worldwide, New York, from senior VP-strategy and planning, WPP's Ogilvy PR.

Rachel Jarvis, 32, to senior VP-national sales, Winstar Interactive, Boston, from VP-sales, Midwest. She succeeds Tim Mahlman who left Winstar to join Blue Lithium. Also: Barbi Jurman, 28, to director-planning from sales planner.

Michael Miller to national advertising sales director, Time Inc.'s People en Español's, New York, from Northwest sales manager for Time Inc.'s Business 2.0.

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