MEDIA: Seligman leaves Sunday People for Best features

Sunday People features writer Charlotte Seligman has quit to join

women's weekly Best as features editor.

No date has been given for Seligman's move - the latest in a line of

shifts between the publications - to replace Sue Cocker at the

432,200-selling National Magazine Company title.

Seligman will report to assistant editor Helen Garston, who oversees

features. Editor Louise Court said: 'We are hoping Charlotte will

continue the sense of urgency and topicality of our features pages.'

The magazine, which is aimed at 25 to 45-year-old women, has been

revamped with a new consumer page, edited by Karen Turmer. It includes

money news and 'best buys' such as supermarket bargains.

Advice on parenting, which used to be included with consumer news, is

now a separate column edited by Julia Goodwin, Prima Baby editor. The

showbusiness quotient has also been upped in response to reader demand,

Court said.

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