In recent weeks, we continue to see publications announcing redesigns or changes in production. This is likely due to the cost of printing and a continued move to digital for most readers, but the changes are significant. Notably, Cooking Light, owned by Time Inc., and Men’s Fitness, owned by American Media Inc., both announced they will undergo noticeable changes within the coming months.
Bloomberg News: Doni Bloomfield leaves to attend law school
Cooking Light: The publication unveiled a new look with their September issue. Health and nutrition will now be included throughout the entire publication, and new features include “What’s Fresh Now,” “Picky Eater Guru,” and “Ask the Experts.”
CNN: Hadas Gold has been hired as a staff reporter.
CNNMoney: Daniel Shane joins as a staff reporter.
Financial Times: Tim Bradshaw moves to focus on the convergence of entertainment and technology.
Forbes: Brett Knight joins the staff as deputy business editor.
Men’s Fitness: The publication will no longer be published in print . It will become an all-digital brand and subscribers will receive “Men’s Journal” for the remainder of the year.
New York Times: Sewall Chan is promoted to Deputy Editor. Adam Bryant, formerly the creator of the column, “Corner Office,” and editor Malecia Walker, have left.
Newsweek: Matt McAllester, editor-in-chief, is on leave for an undisclosed reason. Bob Roe will serve as the interim editor-in-chief in his abscence.
People: Nicole Weisensee Egan leaves. Nicole is now a freelance investigative reporter.
Wall Street Journal: Jason Adders is promoted to chief news editor.
Washington Post: Beth Reinhard is hired as the new rapid response reporter.
Wired: Erin Griffith joins as senior writer. She was previously at Fortune, where she worked as senior writer, covering technology, startups, and venture capital.