Steckler comes to Condé from Imagine Entertainment, where he served as Executive Vice President of Production. He will be based in Los Angeles and will look to acquire and then develop film properties for Condé. Klein joins the publishing house from the Sundance Channel, where he worked as its Senior Vice President for Programming and Development.
“I am delighted to welcome these talented executives on board as we build a team that is shaping the new ways in which Condé Nast creates and distributes its sought-after content, said Dawn Ostroff, President of Condé Nast Entertainment. “Jeremy’s and Michael’s strengths, combined with the significant impact of our brands, present a huge opportunity for us to grow our business across traditional, digital and new platforms.”
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