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Christine Rannazzisi-Gerstein Gets New Role at Hearst Magazines

Christine Rannazzisi-Gerstein has been named appointed associate publisher, group marketing director, for Country Living, Good Housekeeping and Woman’s Day. Rannazzisi-Gerstein was already overseeing both Good Housekeeping and Country Living, serving as associate publisher, marketing, of both brands (Good Housekeeping since 2011, Country Living since 2005).

“Christine understands the needs of both our marketing partners and our readers,” said Patricia Haegele, senior vice president group publisher and chief revenue officer of all three brands. “In this expanded role, she’ll tap into the individual power of each brand, as well as find the places where they can intersect to create programs that maximize our relationships in both worlds.”

“I’m thrilled to be a part of these storied brands. Each has a distinct point of view and unique way of delivering smart ideas and information for modern women,” added Rannazzisi-Gerstein, in a statement.

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Good Housekeeping Makes Changes

Good Housekeeping has made two moves today. Sara Rad has been promoted from Director of Brand Development to Director of Advertising and Brand Development, and Christine Rannazzisi-Gerstein has been named Associate Publisher, Marketing.

Rad has been with Good Housekeeping since 1992, when she came to the magazine as a sales manager. She had been Director of Brand Development for almost ten years.

Rannazzisi-Gerstein, in addition to her new duties as Associate Publisher, Marketing, for Good Housekeeping, will continue to maintain the same role for Country Living, a spot she’s had since 2005.