Hearst Names Director of Video Sales and Marketing | People on the Move – 7.6.16
Men's Health promotes two, DuJour names new editor-in-chief, and more...
Hearst Magazines Digital Media (HMDM) has announced that Mark Marvel will join the company as director of video sales and marketing.
As director of video sales and marketing, Marvel will be in charge of driving sales and providing marketing leadership for HMDM’s video offerings, including a slew of original programming previewed at the 2016 NewFronts. Marvel will report directly to HMDM senior vice president and CRO Tom Haskell.
“Our team produces more than 150 videos each week, from clever recipe hacks on Delish to smoky-eye tutorials on Elle to documentaries on Cosmo," Haskell said in a statement. "Demand for video is increasing exponentially, from both consumers and marketers, and Mark will work with the sales, marketing, and audience dev teams across our portfolio to find and deliver the perfect opportunities.”
Marvel joins the company from Time Inc., where he led video sales strategy for Time and Time.com. Previously, he held a number of digital and video sales leadership roles for Microsoft businesses including Skype, MSN, MSNBC, and Sidewalk.
Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move:
Men’s Health has promoted Christopher Peel and Gil Tiamsic to associate publisher and advertising sales director, respectively. Previously, Tiamsic was the advertising sales manager, while Peel served as the brand’s national ad director. In his new role, Peel will oversee all integrated advertising sales.
Gordon McLeod has retired as Newsday Media Group’s publisher, a role that he's held since 2014. Ed Bushey, Newsday Media Group’s senior vice president and Debby Krenek, the company’s editorial director, will co-manage the group following McLeod’s departure.
DuJour Media has named Fiona Murray editor-in-chief of DuJour. She succeeds DuJour’s founding editor Nicole Vecchiarelli, who stepped down last month. Previously, Murray served as The Wall Street Journal’s feature editor.
Reuters has named Don Durfee to the newly created role of managing editor of operations for the Americas. Previously, he served as general manager of North Asia. The company has also moved Martin Howell from top news editor and deputy editor for the Americas to top news editor for Asia.
Fusion has named Madison Stewart to the newly created position of shark correspondent. Stewart will be responsible for raising awareness about the world’s shark population, working closely with the brand’s environmental correspondent Nico Ibarguen on ocean coverage.
Ariba Alvi has joined Allure as the brand’s associate social media producer. Most recently, she was a freelance digital journalist at Annenberg Media.
Reader’s Digest has promoted Sarah Chassé from senior copy editor to copy chief.
Carla Hay has been named senior editor at BizBash. Previously, she served as an arts and entertainment writer at Examiner.com.