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Posts Tagged ‘Alison Fahey’

Erica Bartman and Alison Fahey Out at Adweek

Erica Bartman and Alison Fahey, Adweek’s publisher and associate publisher, have both been cut from the magazine. The New York Post reports that Adweek’s vice president of circulation Madeline Krakowsky and senior vice president Rory McCafferty have also been let go.

Bartman had been publisher of Adweek since 2010. Prior to that she served as associate publisher of WWD for a brief period. She was also associate publisher of Vogue for eight years.

Fahey had been with Adweek since 1992, when she joined as a reporter. She was named news editor a year later, and also served as the magazine’s editor-in-chief, editorial director and executive director of content.

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AdWeek Promotes Alison Fahey to Publisher, Names New Editor

When we got a release in our inbox today on AdWeek EIC Alison Fahey getting kicked up into the publisher/editorial director slot, our first instinct was to get some reaction from her replacement, AdWeek editor-to-be Mike Chapman, late of eMarketer. Calling over there yielded some criss-crossed transfers and an epic four-minute hold, following this priceless response from a colleague who doesn’t seem to trust the announcement we cited, telling us: “Maybe what you’re saying is true.”

It’s a short distance from maybe to surely, with the full release after the jump…

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