Memo Pad


Memo Pad

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Another Chief at Condé Nast... Beautiful People...

Condé Nast promotes human resources head Jill Bright to chief administrative officer.

Memo Pad: All About Oprah... Fielden Escapes Fire...

Editor Susan Casey interviewed Oprah Winfrey at the two-day American Magazine Conference, but Winfrey was in total control of the chat.

OK Taps Richard Spencer... Jack Griffin's View... Fashion Intellectuals...

Mark Pasetsky's reign at OK has ended. Also, Jack Griffin spoke at the American Magazine Conference, and Maria Cornejo talked at a New Yorker panel.

OK Magazine Taps Richard Spencer

New editor succeeds Mark Pasetsky.

Town & Country Plans Ahead... Hugo Lindgren Talks Shop... Digital Dreams...

At Town & Country, Stephen Drucker has asked Sarajane Hoare to direct fashion editorial for the magazine’s March issue — yes, March 2011.

Ruth Reichl Is Editor at Large at Random House

After spending a month in a cabin in the woods of New Hampshire while working on a novel, Reichl accepts position at Random House.

new york times magazines, hugo lindgren,

Bill Keller Picks Hugo Lindgren for Times Mag Job... Watson on Watson...

As the search for the next editor at The New York Times Magazine turned into a parlor game, executive editor Bill Keller seemed pleased to stay above the fray.

Memo Pad: Bettencourt Redux

L’Oréal president Lindsay Owen-Jones discusses the Bettencourt affair in an interview with French magazine Le Point.

Rodale Names Mary Murcko Group Publisher

Prevention publisher promoted to oversee entire stable of magazines.

Lucky to Launch Children's Magazine... Norma Kamali Turns Talk Show Host...

Lucky has found one way to bump up its numbers — target that one area where adults can’t say "no": their kids.

Battle of the Weeklies... Gilt Switch... Changes at Condé Nast Traveler...

It's no secret that The New Yorker's Ben McGrath has been working on a story about Nick Denton for some time. But will it go to print?

Forbes Bids Farewell to Toys

Times are tough, and at Forbes, the family will part with its antique toy collection, worth upward of $5 million.

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