AT&T has named Jeffrey Lewis as the telco’s chief accessibility officer, tasked with leading its Corporate Accessibility Technology Office, which assists people with disabilities. He will also remain as senior VP, compliance.


Comcast Corp. in Philadelphia named Michael J. Cavanagh as senior executive vice president and chief financial officer. He comes from The Carlyle Group, where he was New York-based co-president and co-chief operating officer.

Comcast California also tapped two new area vice presidents for key Northern California territories: Derek Herider as area vice president for the Northeast Bay section of San Francisco and Jeff Votaw as area vice president for the Sacramento Valley. Herider had been Denver-based director of process management and customer experience, West division; Votaw had been Fresno, Calif.-based area VP for the South Valley.


Distributed video delivery software provider Edgeware has named Peter Löfling as head of its new Hong Kong office. He had been sales director.

Also, Matthew Ho has joined Edgeware as a Hong Kong-based director of solution architecture. He had been a senior services manager at Harmonic.


Jason Grollman has joined Seattle-based HackerAgency as vice president of operations. He was program management operations director at Y&R Group Seattle.


Marv White has rejoined Fremont, Calif.- based Sportvision as chief technology officer. He comes from ESPN, where he had served as chief technologist for innovation.


Cedric Foster has advanced to senior vice president, brand marketing, digital and fan engagement strategy at Spike TV. He had been general manager of Spike’s digital business, overseeing digital brand, content and programming strategy, and the creative direction of Spike Digital Entertainment.


Josh Cogswell has joined Tribune Media as chief product officer, responsible for developing and driving digital strategy, execution and product development across the company. He comes from Viacom, where he was Senior VP, product management.