MEDIA: Scott to oversee commissioning at Internetworks

Cavan Scott has been promoted to oversee commissioning on Future

Publishing's Internetworks magazine.



Scott will have responsibility for the news, site focus and reviews

sections. As deputy editor he will report to Internetworks editor

Gillian Roach.



The monthly title, which targets small and medium-sized companies, aims

to explain the business value of the internet and related

technology.



Scott was previously features editor on another Future title, T3:

Tomorrow's Technology Today. He joined that magazine four years ago, as

news editor.



In seven years at Future, he has also written for Total Film, What DVD?,

PC Answers and Edge.



PC Format magazine, another Future title, is offering a variety of

discounts in its Christmas edition, on sale this week. Goods involved

range from printers to digital cameras.



Editor Dan Hutchinson said: 'It is a great opportunity for retailers and

readers alike.'



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