MTV Networks Latin America has promoted Pablo Szneiberg to vice president of original content development, MTVNLA. Szneiberg will be responsible for overseeing original content and co-productions across the company's programming and production engines. He will be in Miami.
Ramon A. Rodriguez has been named chairman of the board of directors of Community Television Foundation of South Florida, the nonprofit organization that operates PBS station WPBT2. Rodriguez is chairman of the board of Bank of Florida - Southeast. The board also elected elected three vice-chairs: Jack Lowell, Flagler Development Group, Coral Gables; Laurie Silvers, Hollywood Media Corp., Boca Raton; and Jim Rasmussen, SunTrust Bank, Fort Lauderdale. The board also added one new director,
Raul Valdes-Fauli, president, Miami-Dade County for CNL Bank.
Cate Blanchett, Jude Law, Paz Vega and Zoe Saldana, and she has participated in productions including ER and CSI: Miami.
MTVNLA also announced the promotion of chief financial offiver Juan Carlos "JC" Acosta to senior vice president and will expand his role to include executive in charge of production. He has built a successful track record in a variety of key roles with major media companies including Disney, MGM and NBCU/Telemundo.
MTVN has also appointed Jose Tillan as general manager/executive vice president of MTV Tr3s. Previously, he was presient of MATT Entertainment, a boutique artist management company.
Juan Carlos Acosta, chief financial officer of MTV Networks Latin America, has been promoted to senior vice president and will expand his role to include Executive In Charge of Production. Previously, he built a successful track record in a variety of key roles with major media companies including Disney, MGM and NBCU/Telemundo, where he developed his financial expertise in studio/production, distribution, consumer products, program sales and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
Pierluigi Gazzolo, president of MTV Networks Latin America, has been promoted to chief operating officer for MTV Networks International. He will be responsible for MTV Networks' widespread international operations. He has been with MTV Networks Latin America for more than 15 years, where he successfully led the organization's ambitious efforts to regionalize its operations from Miami to Buenos Aires.
Tatiana Rodriguez has been promoted to senior vice president of programming and creative strategy for Nickelodeon Latin America. Most recently, she was vice president of programming and creative strategy and has previously served as director of programming. Before working at the network, she was director of Panda Club, a children's channel in Spain.