Two weeks after a staff reduction, Condé Nast Digital announced a new sales structure that will divide the company’s 26 online sites into one of five affinities.
The affinities are fashion and beauty; food; well-being and travel; bridal; technology; and culture and thought leader.
Josh Stinchcomb will be publisher of all 26 sites, with three ad directors reporting to him. Stinchcomb had been executive director of the Condé Nast Digital Business Group, overseeing Wired.com, Newyorker.com, GolfDigest.com, Ars Technica and Reddit.
Alice McKown was named executive director of marketing, fom executive director of integrated services for Condé Nast Digital.
The new structure is the first major reorganization under Drew Schutte, who became senior vp, chief revenue officer for the unit in February. As part of the changes, 15 people were let go Oct. 8 as part of broad cost cuts across the company.