Steve Koonin
to president of Turner Entertainment Networks, from EVP and COO of TBS and TNT.

"Koonin will continue to lead TBS and TNT, while also building upon TCM and Court TV’s strong brands and growing popularity and expanding their reach into the digital world." Lynn Brindell
to SVP-marketing, The Weather Channel; previously she was SVP-marketing for Lifetime Television. Dan Darling
to chief information officer, Turner Broadcasting System, from SVP-technology production and operations. Paul Duong
to VP-scheduling and research for Speed, from executive director of research, Disney-ABC Cable Networks Group. William Farmer
to VP-corporate development for Time Warner Cable’s corporate, regional and media sales operations in the Carolinas, from president, Jackson, Miss./Monroe, La., division. Doug Guthrie
to regional VP of Comcast’s Connecticut, western Massachusetts and New York systems, from VP-advanced services for Comcast’s Northern division. Gary Massaglia
to VP and GM of Comcast’s Little Rock, Ark., system, from VP-operations for Charter’s National region. Sal Petruzzi
to SVP-public relations for Turner Ad Sales and Marketing; he joined Turner Broadcasting in 2003. Annette Repasch
to VP-merchandising, fashion and accessories, QVC; she joined the company in 2001.

Kristin Bragg
to VP-strategic planning for CNN’s ad sales division, from senior director of strategic planning.

Marta Casas-Celaya
to director of government and community affairs for Comcast’s West Palm, Fla., region, from area director of regulatory and external affairs for BellSouth in Florida.

Dirk Hoogstra
to VP-development, TLC; he joined Discovery Communications in 1995.

Sean Moran
to EVP, MTV 360 Brand Sales, from SVP-national advertising sales, VH1.

Marva Smalls
to EVP-global inclusion strategy, MTV Networks; she will retain her current responsibilities as EVP-public affairs and chief of staff for the Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids & Family Group.

Roger L. Werner Jr.
to president and CEO, The Outdoor Channel; he began his television programming career in 1979, was named ESPN’s COO in 1982 and eventually developed several regional sports networks.

Marco Williams
to VP-affiliate marketing for The Africa Channel; previously he held affiliate marketing and sales positions with The WB Television Network, E! Entertainment Television, DMX Music, Playboy Entertainment Group and BET Networks.

Sandie Zeigler
to VP-learning and development for Comcast’s Southern division; she joined the division three years ago.

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