MEDIA BRIEFS: Select seeks editor as Harris steps down

Music magazine Select is searching for a new editor following the decision of John Harris, the current incumbent, to step down and pursue a writing career. Harris joined the title three years ago as editor from Q magazine, where he was features editor. He will continue to contribute to Select as a senior writer, and plans to work for Q, Mojo, Empire, the Independent and Independent on Sunday.

Music magazine Select is searching for a new editor following the

decision of John Harris, the current incumbent, to step down and pursue

a writing career. Harris joined the title three years ago as editor from

Q magazine, where he was features editor. He will continue to contribute

to Select as a senior writer, and plans to work for Q, Mojo, Empire, the

Independent and Independent on Sunday.



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