The luxury magazine musical chairs continue. Kristina O’Neill, Harper’s Bazaar’s executive editor, is leaving Hearst to edit WSJ. Magazine. Last month, The New York Times poached former WSJ editrix Deborah Needleman for T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Ms. Needleman replaced Sally Singer at the Times’s luxury glossy.
Ms. O’Neill, who held editorial roles at New York magazine and Time Out New York before moving to Harper’s Bazaar in 2000, will report to Ruth Altchek. Ms. Altcheck will oversee the Off Duty lifestyle section and WSJ. Magazine in the newly created role of editorial director for WSJ Weekend.
Deborah Needleman will leave WSJ, the Wall Street Journal‘s glossy mag, to become the new editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, it was announced today.
The not-unexpected news comes after the abrupt departure of Sally Singer at the end of the summer.
The December issue of WSJ. Magazine will be the first under the stewardship of Deborah Needleman, former editor of Conde Nast’s Domino, and it will feature a page tally of 102, the highest in its history. As for the cover, WWD reports that WSJ. has bet big on Vincent Cassel, a French Read More
With its last Tina Gaudoin-helmed issue currently on newsstands, WSJ. Magazine has brought in Andrew Cenname to become publisher of The Journal‘s glossy, Dow Jones announced in a statement. Cenname had previously been vice president and advertising director at Travel + Leisure.
WSJ., launched in 2008 as an answer to The New York Times’ T Magazine, Read More