Rodale CFO, Organic Life Editor Depart Company

More changes for the publisher.

Another day; more changes at Rodale. According to the New York Post, Tom Pogash—Rodale’s chief financial officer since 2006—is leaving the company. Additionally, Organic Life editor James Oseland is departing.

Pogash had been with Rodale for 17 years. Oseland joined the publisher in 2015.

The loss of Pogash and Oseland is just the latest change for Rodale. It shuttered Running Times in December, shifted Prevention to an ad-free model in February, and along the way cut dozens of staffers.