More Names Beauty Director, Hearst Newspapers Adds Development Exec

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By Chris O'Shea Comment

A couple more Revolving Door items to note this early afternoon, involving More and Hearst Newspapers. Details, as always, are below.

  • Nina Judar has been named beauty director of More. Judar most recently held the same role with Good Housekeeping. She previously served as Town & Country’s beauty and health editor for eight years. Judar will report to More’s editor-in-chief, Lesley Jane Seymour, and will begin on September 3. Judar is succeeding Genevieve Monsma.
  • Jeff Bergin has been named vice president of vertical strategy development for Hearst Newspapers. He most recently served as senior vice president of advertising sales for the San Francisco Chronicle. Prior to that, Bergin served as served as vice president, national sales and advertising strategy for Gannett, from 2001 to 2009.