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Publisher of Entertainment Weekly Moves to Glamour

Jason Wagenheim has been named Vice President, Publisher, of Glamour. Wagenheim was most recently with Time Inc., as Publisher of Entertainment Weekly. Returning to Condé Nast is sort of a homecoming for him, as he worked with various brands there before moving to Time.

William Wackermann, Executive Vice President, Publishing Director of Glamour, said of Wagenheim, “Glamour is stronger than ever, having just had its all-time highest revenue issue in September, and as we build the brand for 2012, Jason is primed for future growth. Jason is smart and driven and brings the right experience having served on multiple Condé Nast brands.”

Wagenheim’s first day is September 14.

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Condé Nast Names Two New Publishers

William Wackermann, the Executive Vice President, Publishing Director of Condé Nast’s Bon Appétit, Details, Glamour, and W, has announced two in-house changes. Paul Jowdy has been tapped as Vice President and Publisher of Details and Pamela Drucker Mann has been named Vice President and Publisher for Bon Appétit.

Jowdy has been with Condé Nast for 14 years, most recently overseeing Bon Appétit, where he helped expand the magazine into more of a lifestyle title. Wackermann said Jowdy would bolster an already strong magazine:

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Former Cookie Publisher Jumps To Brides in Condé Shakeup

brides105.jpg On the heels of today’s announcement that Condé Nast is shuttering Gourmet, Cookie, Elegant Bride and Modern Bride, the company has named Carolyn Kremins vice president and publisher of Brides, effective immediately. Kremins, who had been publisher of now-bygone parenting mag Cookie, replaces Alison Adler-Matz, who will be leaving the company. According to a statement released by Condé SVP and publisher William Wackermann, Kremins “will assume all publisher responsibilities for Brides as it transitions from six to twelve issues a year,” leaving sister publications Elegant Bride and Modern Bride behind.

More: So What Do You Do, Brides Publisher Alison Adler-Matz?

Full press release, after the jump.

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