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Henry Hoberman has been named executive vp and general counsel at RHI Entertainment. He will oversee all business and legal affairs as well as human resources for the New York-based company and report to president and CEO Robert Halmi Jr. Hoberman was senior vp at ABC.

Carla Lewis-Long has been appointed senior vp affiliate sales at AmericanLife TV Network, based in Washington. Previously vp national accounts at Oxygen Network, Lewis-Long will report to AmericanLife TV Network CEO Larry Meli.

Comcast International Media Group has tapped Lee Raftery as vp international marketing. He will spearhead all marketing efforts for CIMG's channels, including E! Entertainment Television, the Style Network, G4, Versus and the Golf Channel. Raftery worked in senior marketing positions at Hasbro.

Online marketing veteran Brad Ramsey has been named senior vp marketing at IGN Entertainment. Ramsey will oversee consumer marketing and work to strengthen and promote the company's brands while acquiring new audiences. He will report to GM Roy Bahat.

Mitchell Kreuch has been appointed vp East Coast sales at MySpace. He will be responsible for the development and implementation of sales initiatives and campaigns. Kreuch most recently was regional vp sales at Yahoo. He will be based in New York and report to Bryce Emo, senior vp and head of sales.

Pamela Warren has been upped to vp and GM of Universal Studios Florida Production Group. She will manage all aspects of operations, including the acquisition of theatrical, broadcast and commercial productions.

Rainbow Media Holdings has tapped Jeremy Elice as vp original programming series at AMC. Elice, who joined the original programming development department in 2006 as director of development, will be based in Los Angeles and report to senior vp original programming Christina Wayne.

VH1 has promoted Stacy Alexander to senior vp talent and casting. Alexander, who was vp talent and creative, will be responsible for a department in charge of providing talent for winning programming ideas. She also will work with her team to develop relationships with and opportunities for the talent.

Alchemy Television has undergone several executive changes: Paul Fagan has been named head of legal and business affairs, while Burrad Marsh has been named head of series development. After 20 years at the BBC, Fagan will supervise all business development and legal affairs from Alchemy's London office. Marsh will oversee series development in the U.S. and will be stationed in Alchemy's Los Angeles office.