The regional magazine, and its site, Louisville.com, has been under the same ownership since 1993.
Articles by Kayleigh Barber
How the 146-year-old title is rejuvenating its content strategy and business model.
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The long-time EIC of Out magazine is stepping down, Meredith tapped a new SVP of The Foundry and strategic content, and more people on the move.
After serving two years as chief content officer, Coles is resigning from her role and leaving the company.
Entertainment Weekly taps a new digital director, a Condé Nast exec moves to Dow Jones, and more people on the move.
The hobby publisher will be the exclusive North American publisher of Spanish-based AK-Interactive's Damaged magazine.