Latino TV syndicator AIM signs three exex, ups two

Jacquemin, Tuttle, Contado moving up at Tell-A-Vision

The New York-based AIM Tell-A-Vision Group, which syndicates English-language, Latino-targeted TV shows, has signed three top executives: David Jacquemin to managing director of distribution; David Tuttle to general manager/exec in charge of production; and Tim Contado to director of research and affiliate relations.

Company also promoted Renzo Devia to president of Maximas Prods., AIM’s inhouse production division, and Adam Schoenberg to national director of marketing and publicity. Devia will supervise AIM’s just-opened West Hollywood office, which will house production, marketing and promotions.

Jacquemin held executive posts at Columbia TriStar TV, Paramount TV and Pearson TV. Tuttle was an exec with New York Times TV, overseeing the company’s co-productions for Discovery Times Channel, HGTV and Food Network. Contado did brand management for companies such as Rubbermaid and Nestle.

AIM’s syndicated shows include “American Latino TV,” “LatiNation” and “Sonidos.”

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