All change at the Guardian
The Guardian has appointed arts editor Mike Ellinson as home editor in
place of Paul Webster who has become the Observer’s deputy editor.
Guardian night news editor Harriet Sherwood becomes news editor
replacing Danny John who moves to the Observer as managing editor
(news). Guardian columinst Dan Glaister replaces Ellinson.
VNU launches B2B
VNU Business Publications has launched B2B, a business-to-business title
aimed at its clients who work in marketing, advertising and PR in the
finance and technology sectors. It is edited by Stuart Lauchlan and
includes information relating to VNU titles.
Ellul opts for the Easynet
Neil Ellul, founder editor of Emap’s Internet magazine, is leaving to
join Internet service provider Easynet as marketing director.
Such ties in with Fourth Estate
Book publisher Fourth Estate has hired Sarah Such as commissioning
editor for its new film and TV tie-in list. She will also take on
marketing and publicity for the list.
Rylance takes on TV magazine
Sue Rylance, editor of IPC’s TV listings research department is also
taking on the role of editor of TV and Satellite Week magazine.
Special projects for MF
Miller Freeman Professional, publisher of Pulse, Financial Pulse and the
Practitioner, is launching a special projects division to develop new
promotional services to help clients explore cost-effective ways of
reaching the GPs which read its titles.
Conde Nast turns Chinese
Conde Nast has established a subsdiary, Conde Nast China, to publish
Chinese language editions of Vogue and GQ in Taiwan. It has also
acquired Taiwan-based Interculture Communications which publishes trade
Redwood takes M&S east
Redwood Publishing, which publishes the Marks and Spencer Magazine, is
publishing a 44-page edition in Hong Kong carrying articles in both
English and Cantonese.