A year and a half after joining the surging Hollywood concern as deputy editorial director, former Newsweek-Daily Beast staffer Mark Miller has decided it’s time to move on. At press time, it’s unclear whether Miller is transitioning to another job or taking a break.
Here’s the memo sent out today by Janice Min:
Dear Staff -
I know Mark announced his resignation in the edit meeting this morning, but with so many of us traveling today, I wanted to drop a quick note to make sure everyone on staff was aware.
In the coming days and weeks, [executive managing editor] Sudie [Redmond] and I will work to ensure all his duties and responsibilities are well-covered and cared for.
I wish I’d been there in person this morning, but please join me in thanking Mark for his work and time at The Hollywood Reporter and in my wishes for exciting future adventures, of which there no doubt will be many.
Miller is leaving on a high note. As we previously reported, the trade reached new, worldwide Web traffic highs in the month of March.
[Photo via: @markmillerTHR]
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