Richard Spencer Takes Over OK! From Mark Pasetsky

Chris Rovzar reported this morning that Mark Pasetsky is out as editor-in-chief of OK!, but he’ll stay on as a managing editor for now. Mr. Pasetsky, a former Life & Style editor, has been running the stateside edition of OK! for the last year. Before him the magazine had four editors in a year.

Mr. Pasetsky will be replaced by Richard Spencer, who left In Touch Weekly in bold fashion at the beginning of the year. Mr. Spencer reportedly walked out of the magazine in the heat of deadline scramble and abandoned his company car in the parking lot because of stalled salary negotiations.

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