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Rodale Searches for Next Women’s Health Editor

Now that Michele Promaulayko has left Women’s Health for Yahoo, Rodale is in the unfortunate position of trying to fill the editor’s role at one if its most popular titles. WWD reports that for now, Amy Keller Laird is serving as acting editor-in-chief.

Should Keller Laird not be a perfect fit, Rodale is considering other candidates. Here are just a few names being tossed around:

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Details‘ Peres On Which Women’s Mag He’d Edit: ‘I’m Waiting for Cindi to F*ck It All Up At Glamour

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Ok, so he was joking… Last night’s panel, from left: Maxim editorial director Jim Kaminsky, Details EIC Dan Peres, Playboy EIC Chris Napolitano, Elle executive editor Alexandra Postman, Glamour EIC Cindi Leive and Marie Claire EIC Joanna Coles

In what felt to many like an Ellies week amuse-bouche, 118 senior-level men’s and women’s magazine editors converged upon Twenty Four Fifth last night for mediabistro.com’s first-ever joint men’s and women’s magazine dinner, “Skirts, Slacks, and Supper.” Despite the fact that we were elbow-rubbing with the same people who by Friday we’ll be seeing in our bleary-eyed, blog-posting waking nightmares, spirited conversation quickly became the order of the evening, particularly in a post-meal panel featuring Details EIC Dan Peres, Maxim editorial director Jim Kaminsky, Playboy EIC Chris Napolitano, Elle executive editor Alexandra Postman, Glamour EIC Cindi Leive and Marie Claire EIC Joanna Coles.

Here are some choice bits from them on the differences between editing men’s and women’s mags, how their political coverage differs, the advent of celeb culture, and what the hell to do about the Internet…

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