More big changes are in the works at Condé Nast, which has already seen plenty of upheaval in the past few weeks.
When Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour tapped Pilar Guzmán to lead Condé Nast Traveler last September, it was clear that a more stylish sensibility was coming to the sleepy brand.
Condé Nast has shaken up its longstanding publishing leadership at Glamour, historically its most profitable brand but one that’s seen unevenness in recent years. Former InStyle and Vogue sales exec Connie Anne Phillips was named vp, publisher, replacing veteran publisher Bill Wackermann.
It’s not exactly a January surprise, but there’s been another leadership change at Condé Nast. Bon Appétit has cycled out of executive vice president Bill Wackermann’s stable in the latest shift for the polarizing über-publisher.
‘Tis the season for publisher changes at Condé Nast. The company has found a new spot for Jason Wagenheim, whose job as publisher of Glamour didn't work out.
Two months into his job as Glamour publisher, Jason Wagenheim is leaving after sources said his management style clashed with that of Bill Wackermann, the executive vi
Condé Nast publishing director Bill Wackermann has named a new publisher of Glamour, who will take over day-to-day ad sales of the monthly, a significant profit driver for the company.
If fashion monthlies binged on ad pages in 2007, only to go on a crash diet, moderation could be the watchword of 2011.
Condé Nast has filled its leadership void at Details, which lost its publisher when Paul Jowdy jumped ship after just three months for the same position at Reader’s Digest Association’s Every Day With Rachael Ray.
Glamour is hanging out the help-wanted sign. Condé Nast executive vice president and publishing director Bill Wackermann has had oversight of the fashion juggernaut since 2004, but with his duties expanding, he’s looking for a full-time publisher for one of the company’s most profitable businesses, Adweek has learned.