comings and goings

June 2000
Advertising Age;6/12/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 25, p46
Trade Publication
This article reports on career developments in the advertising industry. Ed Kelly has been appointed president-chief executive officer at American Express Publishing Corp. Mike Bosman has been named president-chief operating officer at FCB North American. Paul Somerson has been named vice president-editorial director at Ziff Davis Development Group. James L. Ellis has been appointed vice president-group operations at Tribune Broadcasting. Paul Greenberg was appointed vice president-new business development at MTV.


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