SBD/August 25, 2014/People and Pop Culture

Executive Transactions

Palace Sports & Entertainment promoted VP/Business Development & Premium Seating CHRIS QUINN to Senior VP/Business Development, and Senior Dir of Brand Networks MIKE DONNAY to VP/Brand Networks (PSE)....The Texas Sports HOF named Abilene Christian Univ. AD JARED MOSLEY President & CEO after 17-year Exec Dir STEVE FALLON retired (AP, 8/23)....Maryland-based WNST-AM Founder NESTOR APARICIO on Friday morning "laid off" five employees: DREW FORRESTER, GLENN CLARK, RYAN CHELL, PAUL KOPELKE and ASHLEY BISHOFF. The only full-time, on-air employees "reportedly still at the station are Aparacio and LUKE JONES, who covers the Ravens for the station." Aparicio in a post "wrote at length about changes in his personal life" (Baltimore SUN, 8/23)....Octagon Account Dir CHRIS MADIGAN left the agency after 10 years. The Charlotte-based exec spent the last five years working on media relations for Sprint's title sponsorship of NASCAR's top series (Tripp Mickle, Staff Writer).

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