Major digital publishers want editors who have digital knowledge in addition to their editorial expertise. It’s also helpful when a new digital editor joins a publishing where there’s already familiarity.
This is the case with Travel + Leisure magazine, which has hired Nathan Lump as its new editor. Lump is no stranger to Travel + Leisure, as he worked with the magazine from 2000 to 2006.
Media Bistro reports on this story, with a quote from Evelyn Webster, the executive VP at Time Inc. “Nathan’s deep digital knowledge and vast editorial expertise make him the ideal choice to further Travel + Leisure’s stature as a powerful multi-platform brand serving customers in print, digital, mobile, video, and events,” stated Webster.
Lump will rejoin Travel + Leisure on September 8. Prior to taking this position, Lump was in charge of branded content for Conde Nast.
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