Comings and goings

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Lynette Harrison, 33, to publisher Time Inc.'s In Style, New York, from VP-group publisher, Fairchild Publications' Women's Wear Daily. Also: Kevin M. Belden, 37, to associate publisher-marketing, from director of business development.

Warren Bimblick, 46, to senior VP-general manager of newly formed Primedia Financial Services Group, New York, from VP-investor relations. Mr. Bimblick is replaced by James Magrone, 48, who becomes senior VP-investor relations, from treasurer, VP-investor relations at RSL Communications.

Peter Glovin, 35, to VP-marketing, Jungle Interactive Media, New York, from director of education marketing, U.S. News & World Report/Fast Company.

Michael Berkman, 42, to VP-creative director, Viacom's TNN: The National Network, New York, from head of his own company, Berkman & Associates.

Charlie Tercek, 38, to VP-associate creative director, Grey Global Group's Grey Worldwide, New York, from executive story editor, "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch."

Michelle Myers, 31, to associate publisher, Conde Nast's Allure magazine, New York, from VP-associate publisher, Weider Publications' Shape.

Mark O'Berski. to VP-consumer marketing, Aveda, New York, from general manager, Le Club des Createurs de Beaute.

Louise Soper to director-promotions, domestic marketing, AOL Time Warner's Warner Bros. Pictures, Burbank, Calif., from senior manager-sales program, Walt Disney Co.'s

Brent Moncrief, 38, to senior VP-director of new business, Bcom3 Group's Capps Digital, Chicago, from general manager, Seven Worldwide. Also: Larry Chase, 39, to associate director of technology, from director-Digital Solutions Group at Veritas/Enteron.

Chris Hill to VP-business development, Viacom's Showtime Digital Media Group, from director-business development group. Also: Julia Veale to VP-business development, from director-business development group. Both will work out of New York.

Carol Nelson to group marketing director, Advanstar Communications, Peterborough, N.H., from director of marketing for Sensors magazine, an Advanstar publication.

Erik Storey to VP-programming, USA Networks' Sci Fi Channel, Los Angeles, from VP-movies and miniseries at General Electric Co.'s NBC Studios.

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