Cosmopolitan Kills Travel Booking Product CosmoTrips Following Leadership Change

The publisher unveiled the booking feature this time last year

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The Hearst Magazines title Cosmopolitan has killed its CosmoTrips booking product, which it introduced last August in a bid to add another stream of reader revenue to its business, Adweek has learned.

According to a person familiar with the situation, CosmoTrips was wound down following a series of leadership changes among the Hearst Magazines advertising leadership. 

A representative for the publisher declined to comment. 

In February, Nancy Berger, the senior vice president and group publisher of the youth and wellness group at Hearst Magazines, announced her departure from the company.



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