Hearst Reshuffles Town & Country Under Drucker

Lots of reshuffling going on at Hearst, according to Keith Kelly this morning. The company has bid several top staffers at Town & Country good-bye following Stephen Drucker’s move (back in April) from the magazine to House Beautiful to replace its former editor in chief Pamela Fiori.
John Cantrell, Town & Country‘s deputy editor under Fiori, wrapped up his last day this past Friday. Also gone are senior editors David Masello and Melinda Page and health and beauty editor Janet Carlson Freed.
Drucker has, in turn, hired three new names, although a spokesperson at Hearst say these new hires are part of a “reshuffling” and are not “direct replacements” for those who’ve left.