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Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution has elevated Greg Yen to senior VP, finance. He will oversee all financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, accounting and business development activities for the company. Yen was formerly VP of finance.

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Gemstar-TV Guide has named Danila Koverman senior VP of programming and production for TV Guide Television Group.

In the newly created Los Angeles-based position, Koverman will oversee all aspects of programming and production for the cabler. She reports directly to prexy Ian Aaron.

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Danielle Cohen has been promoted to senior VP of delivery at I.S. Film Distribution, the joint venture between Summit Entertainment and Intermedia Films. George Hernandez was also promoted to director of delivery. They report to I.S. president Kaye Cooper-Mead.

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BBC America has tapped Jennifer Lewi as VP, marketing. Exec was previously veepee, management supervisor, at Saatchi & Saatchi.

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Linda Corradina has joined Martha Stewart Living Television as senior VP and exec producer. She will exec produce syndie strip “Martha Stewart Living” and cable shows “From Martha’s Kitchen” and “From Martha’s Home.” Corradina reports to Stewart and TV division prexy Heidi Diamond.

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Alvin Patrick has been appointed VP of production for MTV affiliate the College Television Network. He will report to Steven Friedman, general manager of CTN. Prior to his role at CTN, Patrick exec produced such MTV events as the “Rock ‘n’ Jock” and “Sports & Music Festival” franchises.

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Arbitron has boosted Carol Scott Edwards to senior VP, cable and PPM business development. She replaces Kevin Patrick Smith, who recently departed for a new venture.

Edwards was promoted from VP, cable sales. Employed at Arbitron for 12 years, she will now assume full management of marketing the company’s products to the cable industry.

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JVC Professional Products has named Robert Harris VP of marketing. He will oversee all product development and marketing activities.

Scott Watson has been upped from national sales manager to VP of the Video Imaging Systems division at JVC. He will now work on expanding network channels security systems.

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Turner Broadcasting has shuffled the roles of two PR execs. Karen Cassel, veep of PR for TNT, will add oversight of TBS PR to her current responsibilities. She has been with the company since 1991. Misty Skedgell moves to VP of corporate communications for TBS. She had been veep of PR since August 2000. Both are based in Atlanta.

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VH1 has upped Tracy McGraw to VP, communications. She will oversee cabler’s program publicity teams and special programming events, such as “VH1 Divas Duets” and “Big in 2003.”

Brett Henne has come aboard as director of corporate communications. Both McGraw and Henne will report to Laura Nelson, senior VP of VH1 Communications.

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WEA Corp., Warner Music Group’s U.S. sales and marketing company, has named John Dalton as VP, lifestyle sales. Based in New York, he will report to senior VP John Madison.

Dalton will be responsible for bringing WMG’s music to consumers outside the traditional means of retail. He was most recently VP of marketing at Universal Classics Group.

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Matt Marshall has been appointed veepee, A&R. He is based in Los Angeles and reports to Ashley Newton, exec VP of A&R, RCA Records.

Marshall will identify, sign and develop new talent for the RCA Records Group and work with the label’s existing roster. He was previously VP of A&R, Epic Records.

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Buena Vista Television has named Bill Webb VP, Eastern region sales. Reporting to senior VP Chris Oldre, he is responsible for sales in the major Eastern markets. Job duties include calling on and overseeing select broadcast groups and representatives.