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Modern Luxury Adds Three

Modern Luxury, publisher of more than 40 regional magazines, has added three to its advertising team. Details are below.

  • Michelle Thorpe has been named associate publisher, beauty. Thorpe most recently served as Allure’s associate publisher, from 2010 to 2013.
  • Lori Silver joins as executive director, bridal and interiors. Silver comes to Modern Luxury from Condé Nast’s Brides, where she served as associate publisher.
  • Tracy Monahan has been named associate publisher, marketing. She most recently served as marketing director for The Week and Mental Floss.
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The Week Adds Two Sales Execs

Tim Koorbusch and Molly Bechert have rejoined The Week as executive VP of sales and VP of sales, respectively. Additionally, Tracy Monahan has been promoted to executive director of marketing.

Koorbusch previously worked for The Week as national ad director from 2008 to 2011. Most recently, he served as Say Media’s VP of sales.

Bechert last worked for The Week from 2007 to 2011. She most recently served as a senior sales executive for Viacom.

Monahan has been marketing director for The Week and Mental Floss for the past six months. Prior to joining the company, she served as Departures’ executive director of creative marketing.

Rolling Stone Expands Sales Team

3letter.lrg.jpgRolling Stone has had a tough couple of years: it downgraded the size of its mag, lost staffers, and hedged so long in making a viable Web presence that by the time Jann Wenner took back RollingStone.com, it was too little, too late.

But 2010 is looking up for the venerable music title, with enough cash trickling back in that Wenner could afford to hire Michael Wolfe , a veteran of GQ and Rodale‘s Best Life, as the newest associate publisher of sales.

Joining Wolfe will be Tracy Monahan, formerly of Details and Teen Vogue, as the associate publisher of marketing.

Full press release after the jump.

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