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Men’s Vogue also has made several changes to its masthead. First, deputy editor Ned Martel has been named editor at large. In his new role, Martel will write longer pieces and a television column for the magazine, and is currently on the road with the Barack Obama campaign for a story. Replacing Martel will be Mark Rozzo, who was promoted from articles editor, and Taylor Antrim will succeed Rozzo as articles editor. Antrim will join the magazine Aug. 1 from Forbes Life, where he was senior editor since 2005 and oversaw design, architecture and real estate stories.
On the ad side, Men’s Vogue has hired longtime American Express executive Diego Scotti as associate publisher of marketing. Most recently, Scotti was vice president, head of global advertising and agency relations for the financial services company, and spent 15 years there in a variety of positions in marketing, communications, sales and business development. His appointment is effective Aug. 27.