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Matt Mastrangelo Joins Self

Matt Mastrangelo is joining Self as an associate publisher. Mastrangelo was previously the publisher of Rolling Stone for the past three years, but was fired in June. He had been with Rolling Stone since 2001.

Mastrangelo will succeed Anita Maiella, who departed Self in May. Mastrangelo will report to Laura McEwen, Self’s publisher.

“I am beyond thrilled that Matt has joined the Self team as I seek to recruit the strongest industry talent to our extraordinary brand,” said McEwen in a statement. “Matt’s experience includes significant integrated sales successes across print, digital, social, mobile and event marketing.”

Renee Lewin — previously an associate publisher at Harper’s Bazaar and Good Housekeeping — will retain her role as associate publisher for marketing and creative services. Lewin has been with Self since September of 2012.

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Self Promotes

Self magazine has promoted Anita Maiella from Advertising Director to Associate Publisher, Advertising. Maiella came to Self from Vogue, where she was American Fashion Director and Beauty Director.

Laura McEwen, Vice President and Publisher of Self, said that Maiella is well suited for the new position. ”Anita has demonstrated that she has what it takes to move our business forward,” explained Maiella. “Her creativity, focus and drive, combined with her enthusiasm for her work and her ability to deliver results made it the right decision for me to make.”