July 2001
Multichannel News;7/2/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 27, p31
Former Disney Channel executive John F. Cooke was selected last week as chief executive officer and national executive director of the Screen Actors Guild. Rachel Lam, previously a principal at Quetzal/Chase Capital Partners, was appointed as managing director of the investment fund and vice president of the AOL Time Warner Investments unit. Thomas Coristine, formerly president of Niven-Coristine Entertainment, has been appointed executive vice president of partner marketing for Time Warner Cable, focusing on national spot advertisers, while Larry Zipin, the MSO's vice president of advertisement sales for 10 years, takes on the new post of vice president of advertising-sales strategic planning.


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