The new editor-in-chief of Manhattan magazine has been announced and it’s none other than Cristina Greeven Cuomo. She replaces James Heidenry who left Modern Luxury Media to become the editor-in-chief of Star.
Prior to this new job, she edited PlumHamptons magazine before the parent company, Plum Networks, hit bankruptcy last year.
As pointed out by The New York Post, one of her first tasks on the job may be to hire staff! Currently, Manhattan only has two full-time editorial staffers.
In fact, Cuomo indicated the small staff could actually be a good thing so she can bolster it by adding freelancers and staffers. She told the newspaper, “I’ll be bringing in some people to work under me. We will be staffing up.”
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