Newsweek has made several staff changes since new editor Jon Meacham came on board Tuesday. Deidre Depke, Mark Miller and Debra Rosenberg were named assistant managing editors. Depke will also retain her role as Newsweek.com’s editor. Miller, who left the magazine two years ago, returns as assistant managing editor. Rosenberg was formerly deputy Washington bureau chief for the magazine.
Other Newsweek staffing changes include: Lisa Miller, the magazine’s society editor, will also become religion editor. David Noonan, currently senior editor, will take on the role of senior editor for health and medicine. Nisid Hajari, managing editor of Newsweek International, will become foreign editor of the U.S. edition. Chief political correspondent Howard Fineman has been named senior Washington correspondent and columnist and will remain senior editor of the magazine, while general editor Jonathan Darman has been named senior writer and political correspondent.
Kenny Rudolph has joined Apprise Enthusiast Media’s Action Pursuit Group as senior vice president of sales. He was formerly VP/Group publisher of Primedia’s International Automotive Group.
BPA Worldwide has promoted Glenn Schutz to manager, communications. In his new position, Schutz will be responsible for internal and external communications, both domestic and international. He has been with the company since 2001.
Kristall Lutz has been named director of events of the Magazine Publishers of America. Previously, Lutz had been senior meeting manager. Ja-Shin Tsang has also been promoted from manager to senior events manager. Tsang will work closely with Lutz on all major events.