The Family Friendly Programming Forum named Unilever United States Inc. vice
president of media services Brad Simmons co-chair Tuesday.
Simmons succeeds Bob Wehling, who recently retired as The Procter &
Gamble Co.'s global marketing officer.
Advertising vice president Andrea Alstrup remains the forum's other
In addition, the organization announced the formation of a seven-person
executive committee that will 'help to guide its future activities.' Besides
Alstrup and Simmons, the committee will include Pfizer Inc.'s Kaki Hinton,
Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s David Selby, P&G's Jim Stengel, Magna Global
USA's Bill Cella and MindShare Worldwide's Marc Goldstein. The latter two are
The forum, an offshoot of the Association of National Advertisers, has 44
member companies, all ANA members.