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Kristine Welker Named VP, CRO of Dr. Oz Magazine

The leadership at Hearst Magazines’ Dr. Oz magazine is coming together. Kristine Welker has been named vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer of the forthcoming title, which is expected to debut in the first quarter of next year. Earlier this month, Alison Brower was named editor-in-chief.

Welker has been with Hearst since 1999. Since 2010, she has served as vice president, chief revenue officer of Hearst Magazines Digital Media.

“With a magazine, dedicated website and other media extensions, this new brand will offer a multi-platform experience for consumers and a unique opportunity for marketers,” said Welker, in a statement. “It is an exciting launch with the power of Dr. Oz and Hearst behind it that will create a new lifestyle category, and I am thrilled to help build it.”

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Alison Brower Tapped as Editor of Dr. Oz Magazine

That Dr. Oz magazine that we’ve been hearing about now has an editor. Alison Brower, most recently special projects editor at The Hollywood Reporter, is set to become the title’s editor-in-chief.

From 2010 to 2012, Brower served as a consultant for brands such as Good HousekeepingSeventeenSelf and Shape. From 2005 to 2010, she served as executive editor of Redbook.

“Alison is an exceptionally talented and versatile editor, with deep experience developing women’s lifestyle content,” said Ellen Levine, Hearts Magazines’ editorial director, in a statement. “She understands what works across platforms and will work closely with Dr. Oz to bring his advice, spirit and uplifting message to life for readers in print and online.”

The Oz’s magazine is expected to hit newsstands in the first quarter of next year.