With Meredith Corporation publications like Better Homes and Gardens and Family Circle perhaps being the only magazines increasing ad pages this year, is it any surprise that other home and cooking titles are looking to increase in the same way?
Food Network Magazine is certainly looking to get its name out there, today announcing the promotion of two of their employees to high-level marketing positions: former marketing coordinator Nikki Zila has been bumped up to associate manager in integrated marketing, while previous manager Allison Home will now be serving as marketing director. Meanwhile, two new hires, Fabian Castro and Julie Mahoney, have been brought on as director of brand development and director of promotions and merchandising, respectively.
Full press release on the Food Network Magazine announcements after the jump
Earlier: Food Network Magazine Beefs Up Staff
Allison Home promoted to Director, Integrated Marketing, Food Network Magazine
Allison Home has been promoted to Director, Integrated Marketing, Food Network Magazine. Home joined Food Network Magazine in February, 2009 as Integrated Marketing Manager. Prior to Food Network Magazine, Allison served as Senior Marketing Manager for Rodale’s Corporate Marketing Solutions and Sales Development team. She began her career at Food Network as a sales assistant. In her new role Allison will continue to develop and execute marketing programs for the New York market, as well as further collaborate on integrated ad sales partnerships.
Nikki Zila promoted to Associate Manager, Integrated Marketing, Food Network Magazine
Nikki Zila has been promoted to Associate Manager, Integrated Marketing, Food Network Magazine. Nikki joined Food Network Magazine earlier this year as a Marketing Coordinator. Prior to Food Network Magazine, Zila served as Events & Merchandising Coordinator at Harper’s Bazaar. Before joining Harper’s Bazaar, Nikki served as a Marketing Coordinator at Esquire.
Fabian Castro joins Food Network Magazine as Director, Brand Development.
Fabian Castro joins Food Network Magazine as Director, Brand Development. Fabian will be responsible for developing the Food Network Magazine brand on both consumer-facing and client facing levels. Fabian joins Food Network Magazine from Time, Inc’s People En Espanol, where he served as Director, Strategic Marketing and Promotions, and led the development of multi-platform initiatives with other People Group partners. Prior to his role at People En Espanol, Fabian served as Director, Entertainment Partnerships & Promotions at Entertainment Weekly.
Julie Mahoney named Director, Promotions & Merchandising, Food Network Magazine
Julie Mahoney named Director, Promotions & Merchandising, Food Network Magazine. Julie joined Food Network Magazine as Marketing Manager earlier this year. Prior to Food Network Magazine, Julie served as Marketing Director, More Magazine. In her new role, Julie will create new FNM programs, oversee client entertainment initiatives, and develop and align marketing programs through innovative events and promotions.
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