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Travel + Leisure Editor Nancy Novogrod to Retire

Nancy Novogrod, editor of Travel + Leisure for the past 21 years, is retiring. She is leaving Time Inc. to write a book and (of course) travel.

“With enormous talent, unbridled passion and relentless energy, Nancy has done a brilliant job elevating the leading travel magazine into the most influential multiplatform travel brand,” wrote Time Inc.’s executive VP Evelyn Webster and chief content officer Norman Pearlstine, in a note. “Under her extraordinary leadership, T+L has become the undisputed trendsetter in the travel industry.”

Novogrod will work with Time Inc’s execs to find a successor.

You can read the full memo from Webster and Pearlstine below.

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Wall Street Journal Film Reporter Moves Over to Twitter

As previously noted, Tuesday was the Wall Street Journal‘s 125th anniversary. It was also film reporter Rachel Dodes‘ last day.

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Dodes was on maternity leave in recent months. But starting July 28, she will begin an impressive new job in New York City: partner manager for motion pictures at Twitter.

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NY Times Adds Styles Columnist

The New York Times has added Katie Rosman as a Sunday Styles editor and columnist. Rosman comes to the paper from The Wall Street Journal, where she had worked since 2004. She most recently served as a features reporter for the Journal’s Personal Journal section.

“I have been incredibly fortunate to work for the @WSJ for ten years,” tweeted Rosman. “It is a fantastic publication and the home of my dearest friends.”

Rosman will join the Times later this summer.

Mashable, Parade Add to Teams

A couple Revolving Door items for you this afternoon, involving Mashable and Parade Media. Details are below.

  • Mashable has added Rebecca Ruiz as a features writer. Ruiz has served as a contributor for Al Jazeera America, The Atlantic, Slate, The Verge, and MSNBC.com and more. She joins Mashable July 14.
  • Janet Haire has been hired by Parade Media to manage all ad sales in its Northwestern region. Haire — who most recently was founder of Haire Business Solutions — was a 20 year veteran of Time Inc., having served as integrated sales manager at Time and West Coast manager for Life.

The Atlantic Announces Several Promotions and Hires

The AtlanticThe Atlantic has announced a few promotions and hires. Details are below.

  • Alexis Madrigal has been promoted from senior editor of The Atlantic to deputy editor of TheAtlantic.com, a new role at the magazine. He has covered science and technology for the glossy since 2010.
  • Julie Beck has been named the new editor of TheAtlantic.com’s Health Channel. She most recently served as an associate editor.
  • Dr. James Hamblin, who previously led the Health Channel, is shifting his role. He will now write more often for the site and take part in more video features.
  • Kathy Gilsinan is joining as an associate editor. She comes to the magazine from World Politics Review.

The Hollywood Reporter Adds Two

the hollywood reporter logo GThe Hollywood Reporter has added two to its editorial staff: Jon Frosch and Bryan Bishop. Frosch will serve as reviews editor and Bishop will serve as news director, THR.com.

Frosch comes to THR from France 24, where he served as film editor and critic. He had been with France 24 since 2009. Bishop most recently served as The Verge’s film and TV editor.

“Bryan and Jon are proven impact players in their fields,” said THR’s executive editor, Matthew Belloni, in a statement. “We’re thrilled they are bringing their experience, strong relationships, and tireless work ethic to help The Hollywood Reporter build on its success.”

Botth Frosch and Bishop begin their new roles July 14.

Consumer Reports Hires Mark Rechtin, Bloomberg News Adds Reporter

A couple Revolving Door items for you today, involving Consumer Reports and Bloomberg News. Details are below.

  • Consumer Reports has named Mark Rechtin its cars content development team leader. Rechtin comes to the magazine from Automotive News, where he served as west coast editor and Los Angeles bureau chief for the past 20 years. He’ll report to Diane Salvatore, Consumer Reports’ senior director, content strategy and development.
  • Lucas Shaw is joining Bloomberg News as a TV and music industry reporter. He comes to the company from TheWrap.com.

Michael Provus Named Rolling Stone Publisher

Rolling-Stone-LOGO-2Michael Provus has been promoted from associate publisher to publisher of Rolling Stone. Provus had served as associate publisher since 2010.

Provus is succeeding Chris McLoughlin, who announced he was leaving amid some chaos at the magazine. The reports were that Gus Wenner forced COO John Gruber to fire an exec over the phone, and that led to Gruber leaving the title as well.

Provus’ appointment is effective immediately.

Anything But a (Star-Spangled) Banner Week at Wenner Media

WennerMediaLogoHoly cow. According to Lisa Granatstein, managing editor at Mediabistro’s very-soon-to-be sister publication Adweek, this happened at Wenner Media:

[COO John] Gruber was ordered to fire Rolling Stone‘s head of brand and content and marketing solutions over the phone while the exec was on vacation after newly promoted Wenner Media digital chief Gus Wenner was said to have told his father that he didn’t like him, the sources added.

Not surprisingly, Gruber has bolted. Granatstein notes that this is the highest-ranking shuffle at Wenner Media since Gruber took over for Kent Brownridge in 2005. She also got confirmation of another major departure – Rolling Stone publisher Chris McLoughlin.

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Elle Names Design Director

elle magazine logo GElle has named Evan Campisi its design director. Campisi joins the magazine from Nylon, where he served in the same role since 2012. He previously served as Entertainment Weekly’s associate art director.

“Evan’s talent will continue our tradition of creative innovation, and I’m thrilled to welcome him to Elle,” said Robbie Myers, the glossy’s editor, in a statement.

Campisi is filling the role vacated by Paul Ritter, who left Elle last year to join Glamour.

Campisi begins his new role July 23 and will report to Alex Gonzalez, Elle’s creative director.

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