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Nathan Stamos Named This Old House Publisher

Nathan Stamos has been promoted from associate publisher to publisher of This Old House. Stamos was the magazine’s acting publisher for the past few months — succeeding Charlie Kammerer who shifted to Real Simple — but now it is official.

“Nate has proven himself to be a smart, results-focused leader,” Evelyn Webster, president of Time Inc.’s Lifestyle Group, said in a statement. “He’s the ideal person to grow the nation’s number-one home enthusiast brand across all platforms — print, TV and digital.”

Stamos has been with Time Inc. since 1996. His new role is effective immediately.

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Real Simple Names Marketing VP

Kim Tan has been named Real Simple’s vice president, marketing. Tan was most recently with GQ, where she served as executive director of creative services. She has also worked for Allure, Shape, Men’s Fitness and Elle Decor.

“Kim’s extensive experience and her enthusiasm make her the perfect person to lead our marketing team forward,” said Charlie Kammerer, Real Simple’s publisher, in a statement. “Kim will be a tremendous asset to the entire Real Simple team and I am thrilled to welcome her to the brand.”

Tan’s appointment is effective immediately. She reports to Kammerer.

Sally Preston, Others Dropped by Time Inc.

Some of the names of those who were let go by Time Inc. during amid its massive layoffs are starting to circulate. A quick rundown, via Adweek:

  • Sally Preston, publisher of Real Simple, is out. Preston had only been with Real Simple since 2011. Charlie Kammerer will succeed her.
  • Ellen Kunes, editor-in-chief of Health is out. Kunes had been with the brand since 2007. Clare McHugh, editor of All You, is taking over her responsibilities.
  • Erick Yates, ad director for Entertainment Weekly, is out.

Two Time Inc. Moves

Time Inc. has announced a couple moves today. Steve Gandel is joining Fortune.com, where he’ll report on Wall Street for the site’s “Term Sheet” section. Gandel was most recently a Senior Business writer for Time, where he covered real estate, economics and more. Gandel’s first day is Monday.

In other Time Inc. news, Charlie Kammerer has been named Group Publisher for This Old House and Coastal Living. Kammerer had been Publisher of This Old House Ventures, Inc., for about three years.

Kammerer succeeds Peter Medwid, who left the company in January.