After more than a decade of work with the magazine, executive online editor Michael Hogan has been promoted to executive digital editor at Vanity Fair. Hogan now will manage all digital projects including VF.com, tablet and mobile applications, and social media ventures. In his tenure as executive online editor, Hogan spearheaded the development of a Vanity Fair tablet edition, two iPhone apps, and a 300 percent rise in traffic to VF.com. Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter is confident Hogan will flourish at his new post.
Over the past three years, Mike has transformed VF.com into a vibrant destination—the younger, funnier sibling of the magazine that I always knew it could be. I can think of no one better to oversee the magazine’s rapidly growing portfolio of digital initiatives.
Vanity Fair’s official website is in experienced hands as Chris Tennant has been named editor of VF.com. Tennant is an industry veteran with stints as editor of IMG’s Fashion Week Daily, Talk, New York magazine, and Radar. He also authored The Official Filthy Rich Handbook and contributed to the New York Post’s “Page Six.”