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Kate Lanphear Replaces Nina Garcia at Marie Claire | On the Move — 10.18.17

Marie Claire has appointed Kate Lanphear as creative director, replacing Nina Garcia who was recently named editor-in-chief of Elle. Lanphear joins the publication from a consulting position at Google, where she was working to develop a fashion portal of the arts and culture division. Prior to Google, Lanphear served as editor-in-chief of Maxim. “Kate is one of…

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Bustle Poaches Teen Vogue’s Amanda Chan | On the Move — 10.12.17

Bustle has tapped Amanda Chan, former digital deputy editor at Teen Vogue, as managing editor. In her role, she will oversee a large group of editors and writers across the company’s verticals. “It’s easy to be impressed with Amanda’s breadth of experience over the years, but it’s even easier to be impressed…

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Meredith Pitches More Video at 2nd BrandFront

Meredith announced this week that it's turning up the heat on its video strategy for 2018, and unveiled the company’s theme for next year, “The Year of Doing,” at its second annual BrandFront event. The event featured a multitude of celebrity guest presenters, and attracted over 250 advertisers and marketers.…

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Rachael Ray Every Day Names Lauren Iannotti Editor-in-Chief | On the Move — 10.04.17

Meredith Corporation has named Lauren Iannotti editor-in-chief and content director of Rachael Ray Every Day. Most recently, Iannotti served as executive editor of the title. “Lauren’s experience in the women's category fits perfectly with the lifestyle orientation of the Rachael Ray Every Day brand,” says Carey Witmer, EVP and Group Publisher of the Meredith Food Group…

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Hearst Tries On Voice Assistant Tech With Esquire Wisdom

Last week, Esquire, Hearst’s men’s lifestyle brand, announced the launch of “Esquire Wisdom,” a conversational app on Amazon Alexa. The app, also available on Google Assistant, offers users on-demand “tips” and guidelines from the Esquire team, spanning lifestyle topics such as food, fashion, and relationships. Sheel Shah, executive director, growth & innovation at Hearst…

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Meredith Names Alysia Borsa Chief Marketing and Data Officer | On the Move — 9.27.17

Meredith Corporation has named Alysia Borsa chief marketing and data officer, where she will oversee corporate marketing strategy, integrated marketing communications, first-party data strategy and management, and consumer- and advertiser-focused insights and analytics. Formerly, Borsa served as Meredith’s EVP/ chief data & insights officer. “With the accelerating change in consumer…

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The Fader Names New Deputy Editor | On the Move — 9.20.17

The Fader has named Rawiya Kameir deputy editor. Kameir previously worked at The Outline, running the site’s culture vertical. Prior to The Outline, she served as a cultural critic, reporter and editor at The Fader. Additionally, the magazine has also named Olivia Craighead associate social media editor. Formerly, Craighead served…

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Cindi Leive Steps Down From Glamour

Cindi Leive is stepping down as editor-in-chief of Glamour, the magazine she has led for 16 years. Leive originally joined Condé Nast as an editorial assistant for Glamour in 1988, spending 11 years there — with a brief intervening stint as editor-in-chief of Self — before returning to Glamour to take over for then-editor-in-chief Bonnie Fuller in 2001.…

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Nancy Gibbs, Time's First Female Editor-in-Chief, Steps Down | On the Move — 9.13.17

Nancy Gibbs, Time's first female editor-in-chief, announced yesterday that she is stepping down after 32 years with the publication, continuing as editorial director of the company's news group through the end of the year. Gibbs leaves Time in a period of recent top magazine editorial departures, including Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter and Elle's Robbie Myers just this month. "I hear…

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Graydon Carter to Step Down After 25 Years at Vanity Fair

Graydon Carter, editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair, announced today that he is stepping down from his role at the magazine after a 25-year run. “I want to leave while the magazine is on top,” Carter told The New York Times. “I want to leave while it’s in vibrant shape, both in the digital realm…