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Michael Hogan Leaves Vanity Fair for AOL

Michael Hogan, who has been with Vanity Fair since 1998, is leaving the magazine to become the new Editor-in-Chief of Moviefone and AOL TV. Hogan will also be the Executive Features Editor of AOL Huffington Post Media Group. Hogan was most recently Executive Digital Editor for Vanity Fair.

Hogan, who will now be a part of AOL/HuffPo’s senior editorial team, plans to reenergize the brands that he’s taking over. “I couldn’t be more excited to join Arianna Huffington and her world-class team of editors, reporters, and developers,” he said. “Over the past few years, I’ve watched in awe as they have revolutionized online journalism, and I’m confident that together we can build Moviefone and AOL TV into essential destinations for fans and insiders alike.”

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