Another day, another report about turmoil at a magazine.
According to the New York Post’s Media Ink column, Manhattan magazine hasn’t had an editor-in-chief for about a month and now it doesn’t have a publisher or associate publisher either.
As pointed out in the piece, six people were laid off last week including publisher Leslie Wolfson and associate publisher David Baer. In fact, Matthew Carroll currently heads up national ad sales and will take on responsibilities as publisher.
As for the editor-in-chief post, it’s been vacant for a few weeks since James Heidenry resigned to take the helm of Star. Sources indicate Modern Luxury Media is close to filling the position.
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