Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel made news today by hiring a trio of executives with a great deal of career experience in the print world. The title added Marc Peyser as deputy editor, Jenna Reed as managing editor, and Robin Honig as research chief. Peyser recently parted ways after 22 years with Newsweek, most recently serving as the publications deputy editor. At Budget Travel he will collaborate with editor-in-chief Nina Wildorf to oversee planning, editing, and column assignments for the print and online staff at BudgetTravel.com. Peyser has also contributed to The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, Vogue, and Life.
Reed will be in charge of editorial schedules, print and web budgets, and liase with other departments at the magazine. Prior to joining Budget Travel, she was assistant managing editor at Elle and also held the same role at WWE Magazine. Honig, who has freelanced with Budget Travel since December, wrote and reported for TV Guide and TV Guide Online, The Christian Science Monitor, More, Shape, Indagare.com, and Martha Stewart Special Projects. She also spent eight years as research chief for TV Guide.