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Alison Adler Matz Named Publisher of More, Steven Grune Publisher of Allrecipes

Meredith has named two new publishers today. Alison Adler Matz has been named publisher of More magazine and Steven Grune has been named publisher of Allrecipes magazine.

Matz comes to Meredith from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, where most recently she served as senior VP, strategic brand sales. Matz was also publisher of Everyday Food and Whole Living. Grune was most recently VP/group publisher at Bonnier Corporation. Prior to his time at Bonnier, Grune spent almost a decade with Hearst Corporation, where he served as VP/publisher of Country Living.

“Steve and Alison are both well respected leaders in the industry who understand the critical importance of creating multi-channel brands,” said Tom Witschi, executive VP of Meredith Women’s Lifestyle Group, in a statement. “We are thrilled to have such strong and experienced individuals to lead these brands.”

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Jacob Ward Promoted to EIC of Popular Science

Jacob Ward has been promoted from West Coast Bureau Chief to Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science. Ward had been the bureau chief since 2010, but has been with the magazine since 2006. Ward succeeds Editorial Director Mark Jannot, who joined RDA Milwaukee, a subdivision of Readers’ Digest Association.

“Jake Ward is the perfect choice to lead Popular Science into the future,” said Bonnier Technology Group Vice President and Group Publisher, Steven Grune. “During his time with the magazine, he has elevated the brand’s stature in the consumer and advertising marketplace, and he embodies the technology savvy qualities that our audience values. Jake is ‘The Future Now’ and will successfully move the brand into the next generation.”

Ward will now split his time between the New York and San Francisco offices of Popular Science.