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Departures Publisher Steven DeLuca Gets Promoted

Steven DeLuca, the publisher of Departures, has been promoted to senior vice president. According to WWD, it’s a new role at American Express Publishing, Departures’ parent.

DeLuca was named publisher of Departues in 2010, after having been with Condé Nast for several years. When he arrived at Departures, he told FishbowlNY that it was “a dream job.”

In his new role, DeLuca will now oversee three titles: Departures, Travel + Leisure and Black Ink.

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Steven DeLuca Officially Welcomed as Departures Publisher

He took over the reigns as VP and publisher at the American Express Publishing high-end periodical Departures in June. But last night, Steven DeLuca was feted by AMEX as the magazine’s savior.

When DeLuca joined Departures, the company was reeling, down 15 percent for the year. With a tip of his own cap, though, DeLuca tells FishbowlNY that the magazine is poised to finish the year with 2 percent gains in revenue.

“It’s really been across the board in all of our major categories,” DeLuca says. Read more

Tallying Up The Condé Nast Layoffs — So Far

4 times square.jpgCan you believe it’s already been over two weeks since Condé Nast shuttered four titles, resulting in about 180 layoffs?

In the past few weeks, more layoffs have come to almost every surviving Condé Nast title, and all of them (except maybe The New Yorker) will likely experience cuts before the end of the year — if not the end of the week.

Read on for a round up of layoffs at Condé Nast that we’ve heard of so far. Know of any that we missed? Drop us a note.

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Another Shake Up At Condé Nast: Details Publisher Out

details oct cover.jpgAfter yesterday’s dark day at Condé Nast, with four magazines closing and one publisher from a shuttered pub getting reassigned, we were not surprised to hear today that Details publisher Steven Deluca is leaving his post.

A Condé publicist confirmed the move, noting that Bill Wackermann, Glamour‘s publisher, will now oversee the men’s magazine as well.

The company is not making any other statements, but as The New York Observer points out:

Details has long been on a short-list of magazines that could potentially be eliminated, but was thrown a life line this year. It’ll be up to Mr. Wackermann — who was named the publishing director of Domino only weeks before it was eliminated — to try to make it a viable business.”