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Posts Tagged ‘Jamie Pallot’

Jamie Pallot Leaves Vanity Fair

Jamie Pallot is departing Vanity Fair after two years serving as its executive director of multimedia projects. Pallot had been with Condé Nast for over a decade. During that time he occupied various editorial roles, including editorial director of Condé Nast Digital.

Pallot told WWD that he was leaving because he wanted to begin some new projects. But for now, he said, “There’s a summer house in Sagaponack that’s calling my name.”

Must be nice.

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New York Loses Senior Web Editor to Vanity Fair

Chris Rovzar, the Senior Editor of New York’s fantastic Daily Intel blog, is leaving for Vanity Fair. WWD reports that Rovzar will be joining Vanity Fair in September, and will serve as the magazine’s Digital Editor.

Rovzar will be reporting to Jamie Pallot, Vanity Fair’s Executive Director of Multimedia Projects.

Jamie Pallot Is Vanity Fair’s New Executive Director of Multimedia

Jamie Pallot, previously editorial director of Condé Nast Digital, joined Vanity Fair in the role of executive director of multimedia projects, WWD reports. He’s not moving offices, but the new job sounds a bit mysterious, as it’s a newly created position within Condé Nast.

He decline to give WWD specifics. “All I can tell you officially is that big stuff is coming down the pike,” he said. We’re intrigued! Nothing makes us curious like being denied information.