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Time Inc. today plucked Jess Cagle from Entertainment Weekly to be the new editor of its crown jewel, People. He succeeds Larry Hackett, who had the job for eight years. Cagle, 48, chatted with Adweek about his new role. Here’s our transcript, lightly edited.
Time Inc. has changed the leadership at its most famous and lucrative title, naming Jess Cagle to replace Larry Hackett as the top editor of People.