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Karin Tracy Named Publisher of 'Entertainment Weekly'

Tracy had same role at 'People StyleWatch'
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Paul Caine moved quickly to fill the publisher gap at Entertainment Weekly and EW.com, naming Karin Tracy to head the publication. The move was triggered by Jason Wagenheim's departure, announced a few days ago, to become publisher of Condé Nast’s Glamour.

Tracy comes from Time Inc.’s People StyleWatch, the fast-growing celebrity fashion spinoff of People, where she was named a first-time publisher in February 2010. Her predecessor there, Michelle Myers, coincidentally also left for Condé Nast. Tracy's successor at StyleWatch hasn't been named yet.

Tracy is the latest in a string of people to hold the EW publisher job in recent years. Still, the 1.8 million-circulation weekly has gotten notice for its "Must List" iPad app and unusual ad units like a CBS video player. Caine, who is chief revenue officer of the Time Inc. Style and Entertainment Group, said he expected that momentum to continue under Tracy.