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LONDON — Jason Miles has been promoted to director of planning for Condé Nast International, effective January 2013, the publisher said Thursday.
Miles had been the publisher’s deputy planning director since 2008. He replaces James Woolhouse, who continues to serve as president of Condé Nast Asia-Pacific and a vice president and member of the publisher's executive committee.
Miles will continue to report to Woolhouse.
“Jason Miles is the go-to individual on a wide range of planning matters, from launching new projects to financial forecasts to legal. He has earned respect and appreciation throughout the organization,” said Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and chief executive of Condé Nast International.