Many at Condé Nast aren’t sure what Jill Bright does, but they are sure of one thing: She’s one of the most powerful people at the company.“So powerful, she’s scary” is actually how many describe Bright, 50.
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Nearly a year and a half after Condé Nast Entertainment launched under the auspices of Dawn Ostroff, the division finally began rolling out its first online video offerings this morning.
Maurie Perl, the longtime chief spokeswoman at Condé Nast, is hanging it up after 21 years at the company.For 12 years, Perl built and oversaw the PR machine of the publishing company, reporting to parent Advance Publications Chairman Si Newhouse and then-Condé Nast CEO Steve Florio.
The economic recovery seems to have passed magazines by, but there’s one area that’s still growing: the corporate suite.