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WWD Makes Several Editorial Changes

Ed Nardoza, editor-in-chief of Women’s Wear Daily, just sent out a memo announcing a slew of changes to the editorial team. Below are the highlights, followed by Nardoza’s full memo.

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WWD Launches iPad App

Lots of apps being released these days.

Women’s Wear Daily has released an iPad app that features a digital edition of the paper, delivered daily at 12:01am EST, in addition to features like enhanced article view, slide shows with bonus images not available in the paper, and a live feed with news from WWD.com’s “EYE” section.

“We have a global readership who relies on WWD to arm them with the news they need for the upcoming day,” said Ed Nardoza, editor-in-chief. “This app delivers our content in a mobile format that allows for access anytime, anywhere.”

WWD’s iPad App is available for download from Apple’s App Store. For existing print or online subscribers, the iPad edition is free of charge as part of their subscription. Non-subscribers can purchase a bundled  subscription including print, digital and iPad for $169 or just the iPad only subscription for $129.99 for the year or $12.99 monthly.

The paper is expanding in other ways as well. Last Wednesday it launched a weekly new column called ChinaFile by Huang Hung who is being hailed as China’s Anna Wintour.

Condé Nast Plans Men’s Wear Trade

dnr cover.jpgAs we mentioned last week, on New Year’s Eve Mediaweek reported on rumors that Condé Nast‘s Fairchild Fashion Group, which publishes Women’s Wear Daily, is working on a trade publication that will focus on the men’s wear market.

This report adds intel that the publication is set to launch in June, and it will be led by WWD‘s editor Ed Nardoza and publisher Marc Berger, the former Men’s Vogue publisher who was brought on as publisher of Footwear News, another Fairchild trade pub, in June.

Mediaweek was also unclear how the new magazine would differ from DNR, which Condé folded into WWD just over a year ago. If it turns out to be a weekly, the new pub will likely be the same as the shuttered 115-year-old trade magazine, but if it turns out to be a monthly, it will look more like Menswear, DNR‘s sister pub that also closed up shop in 2008.

Read more: Condé Nast to Launch Fashion Trade PubMediaweek

Previously: Year-end Condé Nast News