RD Recap: Florence Kane Joins Glamour; Gannett Adds Two

The latest media hirings and firings.

Revolving Door

Joanne Lipman joins Gannett as chief content officer, with Daniel Bernard coming on board as chief product officer. Lipman famously served as the founding editor of Condé Nast Portfolio, the wonderful glossy mess that burned through $120 million of the company’s cash before getting killed after less than two years. Bernard had been head of product at Time, Fortune and Money Digital. “We are extremely pleased that Joanne and Daniel are joining Gannett,” Gannett president and CEO Robert Dickey said. “They both bring tremendous experience and insight to Gannett. Both are seasoned and accomplished leaders and I know they will be a great cultural fit for us as we pursue new growth opportunities.”…

Glamour recruits Florence Kane as digital fashion director. The co-founder and editorial director of JeanStories.com has written for Vogue and T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She has not, however, been ridiculously lampooned on Saturday Night Live… The Huffington Post hires Tyler Tynes as a politics writer in the Washington bureau. He had been a reporter at The Press of Atlantic City… Newsweek installs Margarita Noriega as director of social media. She had been an editor at Vox.com and previously worked at Fusion and Reuters…