Consumer Reports Makes Changes to Editorial Leadership

A major shakeup.

Talking Biz News reports that Consumer Reports has made a few changes to its editorial leadership. Details are below.

  • Wendy Bounds has been named executive director of content. Bounds most recently served as head of video. She came to the magazine from The Wall Street Journal. who currently heads Consumer Reports’ video division, had been named executive director of content.
  • Diane Salvatore has been promoted to editor-in-chief of Consumer Reports. Salvatore most recenly served as senior director of content strategy and development. She was previously editor-in-chief of Prevention and Ladies’ Home Journal.
  • Salvatore is succeeding Ellen Kampinsky, who is leaving the magazine after serving as editor-in-chief for just short of one year.
  • Erle Norton has been named executive editor of digital. He most recently served as deputy director of video. Norton joined Consumer Reports earlier this year from ABC News.