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Communications Head from News Corp. Moves On to Time Inc.

Another News Corp. executive gets out of Dodge.

Time Inc.  has appointed Teri Everett as executive vice president of corporate communications, effective March 5. In this role, Everett will manage all aspects of corporate communications for the company, including media relations and publicity, executive and employee communications, corporate philanthropy, government affairs and social responsibility. Everett will report to Time Inc. CEO Laura Lang.

Everett was formerly the senior vice president of corporate affairs and corporate communications of News Corp. where she ran the company’s global corporate affairs and communications efforts, including social responsibility, since December 2009. She had been at the company since 2000.

“Teri is well-known throughout the media industry as a premier communications strategist and trusted advisor,” said Lang.  “One of our priorities is to create a transparent, open dialogue about Time Inc.’s goals and strategies both within the company and to our external constituents.  Teri’s honest and direct approach and strong track record make her the ideal executive to lead our communications efforts.”

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Veteran Communications Exec Departs News Corp.

Teri Everett, News Corporation’s Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Communications, is leaving the company after 12 years. Everett started with News Corp. in 200o, directing its Los Angeles communications. She has been in her current position since 2009.

“News Corp. executives are a peerless group and I will miss them immensely,” said Everett. “I will always be grateful to Rupert and Chase for their support over the years and am thrilled that Julie will be succeeding me. While it may be a tired cliche, I am ready for something new.”

Julie Henderson is succeeding Everett, whose last day is February 10. Henderson’s title will be Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Chief Communications Officer.