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October 21, 2014: Lesley Steele has been named associate designer and video producer at BuzzFeed. She had been a freelance designer at HBO. (SocialTimes)

September 4, 2014: J. Peter Ban has been named senior vice president, business operations, at Simulmedi. He had been senior vice president/general manager at HBO. (mb)

June 9, 2014: Carl Quintanilla has been named correspondent at Real Sport with Bryant Gumbel on HBO. He will continue in his role as anchor at Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley on CNBC. (TVNewser)

December 11, 2012: Otto Berkes has been named chief technology officer at HBO. He had been SVP of digital products there. (SocialTimes)

November 23, 2011: Andrea Nunn has been named vice president of media and business development at Los Angeles Times Media Group. She had been vice president of domestic network distribution at HBO. (FishbowlLA)

May 21, 2008: Frank Rich has been named creative consultant at HBO. He had been Op-Ed columnist at The New York Times. (Dateline Hollywood Daily)

April 10, 2008: Sue Naegle has been named entertainment president at HBO. She had been agent at United Talent Agency. (LAT)

February 8, 2008: Stephanie Burton has been named editor-in-chief at CollegeOTR.com. She had been in media relations at HBO. (mb)

August 17, 2007: Sarah Conrad has been named consumer marketing manager at Bravo. She had been marketing coordinator at HBO. (mb)

June 6, 2007: Bill Nelson has been named chairman and chief executive at HBO. He had been chief operating officer in charge of finance there. (NYT)

June 6, 2007: Richard Plepler has been named co-president, in charge of programming at HBO. He had been executive vice president there. (NYT)

June 6, 2007: Eric Kessler has been named co-president at HBO. He had been managing the channel's distribution and marketing divisions. (NYT)

June 6, 2007: Hal Akselrad has been named co-president at HBO. He had been the top corporate lawyer and will continue to manage legal and business affairs there. (NYT)

June 6, 2007: Michael Lombardo has been named president of the programming group and head of the West coast office at HBO. He had been head of business affairs on the West coast there. (NYT)

January 10, 2007: Greg Cesa has been named series manager at HBO. He had been senior marketing manager at Major League Baseball. (mb)