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NY Times Names Two VP of Advertising

NYtimes buildingThe New York Times has named two new VPs of advertising. Below are details.

  • Brendan Monaghan has been named VP of luxury advertising and publisher of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Monaghan comes to the paper from GQ, where he served as associate publisher. He also spent two years as Los Angeles sales manager at Vogue.
  • Sebastian Tomich has been named VP of advertising for the travel, corporate, advocacy, CPG/Healthcare/Spirits categories. Tomich was most recently eastern ad director at Forbes Media. He will also oversee the Times’ Dallas sales office.
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GQ Adds Two Associate Publishers

GQ has named Alice McKown and Brendan Monaghan as new Associate Publishers. McKown was most recently with Condé Nast Traveler and Monaghan was most recently GQ’s Advertising Director.

Both are veterans of Condé Nast. McKown has worked at The New Yorker and Wired, while Monaghan has been with GQ since 2004.

GQ Sales Management Team Grows

gq.pngAdvertising pages are down at magazines, so ad sales are more important than ever. With this in mind, GQ is leading the way towards increasing the focus on ad sales through the creation of three new director positions, announced yesterday.

The new positions include two new advertising director roles — Brendan Monaghan has been named advertising director for luxury while Michael Provus will take on the role of advertising director, national — and a strategic sales director position, which will be taken on by Daniel McIntyre.

GQ publisher Peter King Hunsinger promises the new positions will allow Monaghan, Provus and McIntyre to “deliver their unique expertise” in order to best serve the ad market. All three were promoted up the ranks through Conde Nast, GQ‘s parent company, Hunsinger boasted.

“Great companies are built from within, and we are pleased to had been able to promote from inside Conde Nast, and I’m confidant Brendan, Michael and Dan will continue to deliver results,” he said.

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