Teen People Publisher Returns To Popular Science 5 Months After Leaving

popular_science_gregg_hano.jpgVia memo sent to Time4 Media staffers earlier today:

—–Original Message—–
From: Beusse, Tom – Time4Media
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2006 10:17 AM
To: ALL USERS
Cc: Hano, Gregg – People; Squires, John; Bridges, Dawn
Subject: Staff Announcement

To: Time4 Media Staff
From: Tom Beusse
Re: Staff Announcement

When Gregg Hano accepted the position of Publisher at Teen People five months ago, we knew that his would be tough shoes to fill. Gregg led PopSci through three consecutive years of double digit, record breaking advertising revenue growth and in the process, reinvigorated a storied brand and established the magazine as the leader in its category — a distinction it retains. I’m pleased to share with you that the challenge of filling his size-11 loafers is now his own. Effective immediately, Gregg Hano returns as Publisher of Popular Science. No one has proven more capable, more qualified, or more passionate about the brand. Join me in welcoming him back to Time4 Media, and in wishing him well as he accepts the greatest opportunity any of us can hope for — that of outdoing our own greatest success.

Howard Mittman, Rob Novick, and the entire Popular Science sales and marketing team should be commended for their dedication, perseverance, and patience through this period. As a result, the franchise has never been stronger.

Onward!

— Tom

Tom Beusse
President
Time4 Media

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