Digital publishers Hearst and Condé Nast add important pieces
We're seeing some digital-focused personnel changes from major digital publishers.
We begin today with a story on Hearst's new VP/Global Chief licensing director.
Multiplatform publishers Condé Nast and The Atlantic reorganize; Esquire names Buzzfeed editor to head website
The shuffling of talent among multiplatform publishers continues in places like Condé Nast, Esquire, and The Atlantic.
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Every month, we check in with Folio:'s sister magazine, min, to monitor big comings, goings, and doings in the magazine publishing industry. This roundup features plenty of executive personnel changes,
Folio: recently examined the latest practices of publishers building engagement through social media platforms. TJ Raphael's piece focuses on Glamour's use of Facebook, National Geographic's use of Instagram, and Seventeen's
Condé Nast launched Lipstick.com through its Glamour brand yesterday, while Hearst is rolling out Beauty Unbound across multiple properties this May, including Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, and Town & Country.
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