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Kevin O’Malley Named Senior Vice President, Publisher, Chief Revenue Officer of Elle

More Hearst news! Kevin O’Malley has been tapped by Hearst to be Elle’s Senior Vice President, Publisher, Chief Revenue Officer. O’Malley comes to Elle from Esquire, where he held almost the exact same title.

Michael Clinton, President, Marketing and Publishing Director for Hearst Magazines, says that O’Malley’s ability to expand the Esquire brand will benefit Elle greatly.

“Kevin has shown a tremendous amount of innovation and creativity during his time at Esquire and developed thoughtful, multi-platform programs with major advertisers ranging from Lincoln to Hugo Boss,” explained Clinton. “His expertise in the luxury and fashion space, coupled with his ability to understand how to take a magazine brand well beyond the page, makes him a perfect fit for Elle.”

O’Malley’s replacement at Esquire is expected to be named shortly.

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Fulenwider Named Exec Editor Of Marie Claire

AnneFulenwider - 2.jpgHearst Magazine‘s womens’ magazine Marie Claire has named a new executive editor, Anne Fulenwider.

Fulenwider, who will start in her new role on October 13, previously worked at Vanity Fair as contributing project editor, Fanfair editor and then senior articles editor. Before joining Vanity Fair, she had worked as senior editor at The Paris Review and served as the research assistant to George Plimpton while he was writing the book “Truman Capote.”

Related: Hearst-Owned Marie Claire Adds A Hearst To Fashion Dept