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Jayne Jamison Named VP and Publishing Director of Seventeen and Redbook

Jayne Jamison has been named vice president and publishing director of Seventeen and Redbook magazines, a new role at Hearst Magazines. Jamison was most recently vice president, publisher and chief revenue officer of Seventeen, a role she had held since 2003. This marks a return to Redbook for Jamison, as she was with the magazine from 1997 to 2003.

Seventeen is the number one teen magazine in the market and Jayne has taken it to new heights, achieving tremendous advertising growth, up more than 11 percent in the first half of 2013,” Michael Clinton, Hearst Magazines’ president, marketing and publishing director, said in a statement. “Her relationships and experience in fashion and beauty are a great asset as she adds the new, style-focusedRedbook to her responsibilities.”

Jamison is taking over Redbook’s publishing duties from Mary Morgan, who is leaving Hearst Magazines.

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Redbook Announces Changes

Mary Morgan, Vice President, Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer at Redbook, has named Caroline Casey as Account Director, Beauty and Consumer Products. Casey will be managing several accounts at her new position, including Avon and Revlon.

Additionally, Redbook has promoted Katie Bohan to Senior Beauty and Consumer Products Director.

Morgan said of the news:

We are thrilled to welcome Caroline to the Redbook team and to congratulate Katie on this exciting new chapter in her career. With such seasoned sales professionals, Redbook will continue to deploy the most talented and strategic team in the business.

Redbook Pays Tribute To The Simple Joys Of Beauty

RBK Dec NS.jpgThis morning, we were lucky enough to attend the sixth annual Redbook MVP Beauty Awards breakfast, possibly the one day a year where fully made-up women gather at 8 a.m. to celebrate beauty products and score a very impressive swag bag.

Redbook publisher Mary Morgan and editor-in-chief Stacy Morrison were on hand to welcome guests, which included reps from all of the beauty product makers who received awards, from Cover Girl to Avon to Sally Hansen and perfumier Coty. The awards themselves, announced by beauty director Cheryl Kramer Kaye and beauty editor Krista Bennett DeMaio, highlighted “life’s little luxuries,” or small comforts that women find in pampering themselves, even in the midst of a recession. And they’re right: don’t underestimate the power that a $7 lipstick has to lift your mood.

After the jump, some photos of today’s breakfast event

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