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More Names National Advertising Manager

Jennifer Marder has been named More magazine’s national advertising manager. Marder comes to the Meredith publication from WWD, where she served as advertising director. Prior to that, she served as advertising director, fashion, for Condé Nast Bridal Media.

At More, Marder will oversee the magazine’s New York and Texas sales teams.

“Jennifer is a force in the marketplace,” said Alison Adler Matz, More’s publisher, in a statement. “Her incredible sales acumen and deep relationships in the fashion and luxury sectors will be an asset as the brand continues to grow and evolve.”

Marder’s appointment is effective immediately. She reports to Matz.

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Alison Adler Matz Named Publisher of More, Steven Grune Publisher of Allrecipes

Meredith has named two new publishers today. Alison Adler Matz has been named publisher of More magazine and Steven Grune has been named publisher of Allrecipes magazine.

Matz comes to Meredith from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, where most recently she served as senior VP, strategic brand sales. Matz was also publisher of Everyday Food and Whole Living. Grune was most recently VP/group publisher at Bonnier Corporation. Prior to his time at Bonnier, Grune spent almost a decade with Hearst Corporation, where he served as VP/publisher of Country Living.

“Steve and Alison are both well respected leaders in the industry who understand the critical importance of creating multi-channel brands,” said Tom Witschi, executive VP of Meredith Women’s Lifestyle Group, in a statement. “We are thrilled to have such strong and experienced individuals to lead these brands.”

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Names New Senior VP, Publisher

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia has appointed Alison Adler Matz senior vice president and publisher of MSLO’s Everyday Food and Whole Living brands.

Matz has a wealth of experience that includes WWD, Brides, Glamour, Teen Vogue, and House and Garden.

A highly accomplished media executive, Matz joins MSLO from Fairchild Fashion Media, where she was publisher of WWD Beauty Inc.

Prior to that, she held leadership roles at several Condé Nast publications, becoming publisher of Brides, after having served as associate publisher at Glamour, Teen Vogue and House and Garden.

MSLO’s chief revenue officer Joe Lagani said, “Alison is the consummate sales professional with a rich range of experience that will serve Everyday Food and Whole Living very well as we bring together our clients with our passionately engaged readers, viewers, users and listeners. I’m looking forward to working with her as we continue to build and expand these exciting, young brands.”

Earlier in her career, Matz was associate publisher of US Weekly.

Tallying Up The Condé Nast Layoffs — So Far

4 times square.jpgCan you believe it’s already been over two weeks since Condé Nast shuttered four titles, resulting in about 180 layoffs?

In the past few weeks, more layoffs have come to almost every surviving Condé Nast title, and all of them (except maybe The New Yorker) will likely experience cuts before the end of the year — if not the end of the week.

Read on for a round up of layoffs at Condé Nast that we’ve heard of so far. Know of any that we missed? Drop us a note.

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Former Cookie Publisher Jumps To Brides in Condé Shakeup

brides105.jpg On the heels of today’s announcement that Condé Nast is shuttering Gourmet, Cookie, Elegant Bride and Modern Bride, the company has named Carolyn Kremins vice president and publisher of Brides, effective immediately. Kremins, who had been publisher of now-bygone parenting mag Cookie, replaces Alison Adler-Matz, who will be leaving the company. According to a statement released by Condé SVP and publisher William Wackermann, Kremins “will assume all publisher responsibilities for Brides as it transitions from six to twelve issues a year,” leaving sister publications Elegant Bride and Modern Bride behind.

More: So What Do You Do, Brides Publisher Alison Adler-Matz?

Full press release, after the jump.

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