The seemingly endless summer of Condé Nast corporate and executive activity continued on Aug. 21 with the announcement by four-year president Bob Sauerberg that Edward Menicheschi (pictured) was ending eight years as Vanity Fair VP and publisher to become president and chief marketing officer of Condé Nast Media Group (CNMG)—the company's corporate sales unit.
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On Jan. 6, Paul Caine quietly ended his 10-month stint as CEO of radio programmer/syndicator Westwood One. The news had been expected since last September,
Hearst Magazines president David Carey announced the hire of Toronto-based Chatelaine editor-in-chief Jane Francisco as editor-in-chief at company flagship Good Housekeeping.Per
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Wired, under VP/publisher Howard Mittman, has become a significant innovator among magazines, and confirmation came with its winning Marketing Team of the Year at min’s 10th Integrated Marketing Awards breakfast Sept.
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