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Posts Tagged ‘Malcolm Campbell’

The Fader, Style.com Add to Teams

A couple morning moves to note, regarding The Fader and Style.com. Below are the details.

  • Malcolm Campbell has been named The Fader’s VP of business development, a new role at the magazine. Campbell comes to The Fader from amNewYork, where he served as senior advertising director. Prior to that he served as publisher of Spin for five years.
  • Style.com has added Amber Kallor as senior beauty editor. Kallor most recently served as beauty editor of Shape. She will report to Style.com’s executive editor, Nicole Phelps.
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Malcolm Campbell Named Senior Director of Advertising for amNewYork

Malcolm Campbell has been named senior director, advertising for amNewYork. Previously, Campbell was publisher of Spin from 2006 to 2011.

“I am very excited to have someone with Malcolm’s background lead the amNewYork advertising sales teams,” said Valerie Green, publisher of amNewYork. “His extensive media sales experience with both print and digital platforms will help take amNewYork to a whole new level.”

Campbell’s appointment is effective immediately. He will report to Green.

Spin Fires EIC and Publisher Amid Leadership Changes

Spin magazine is undergoing quite a change at the top. Doug Brod, the magazine’s Editor-in-Chief and Malcolm Campbell, Publisher, were fired on Friday, reports The New York Times. Taking their places is Steve Kandell, who moves up to Editor-in-Chief from Deputy Editor, and Mike Albanese, who takes over as Publisher.

Additionally, Spin announced that Devin Pedzwater is now the magazine’s Brand Creative Director, Charles Aaron is now the Editorial Director, and Jeff Rogers has been named Digital General Manager, a newly created position.