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‘PRWeek’ Seeking to Fill Vacant Reporter, Editor Positions

As we’ve reported previously, PRWeek’s corporate reporter Kimberly Maul and executive editor Erica Iacono have announced their departures from the magazine. PRNewser has obtained the internal job postings for the reporter and senior editor, available after the jump.

PRWeek tweeted the corporate reporter opening earlier today. And, as we noted in our update to the Iacono story, EIC Steve Barrett said that we would soon see ads for the editor position.

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Erica Iacono Leaving ‘PRWeek’ for Ketchum

Update: PRNewser had a brief conversation with PRWeek EIC Steve Barrett, who had no further comment besides the one submitted via e-mail by Haymarket MD Lisa Kirk. In addition, he said we’ll “soon see adverts” to fill the position. A quick scan of the Mediabistro job board didn’t turn up any postings as yet.

Exclusive: PRWeek executive editor Erica Iacono is leaving the publication and heading to Ketchum to fill the newly-created position of account supervisor, senior new business specialist. Her final day with the magazine is November 12 and she will join the firm later that month. Iacono has been with PRWeek since 2004.

For Ketchum, Iacono tells PRNewser she will work on new business and handle content creation for clients in the corporate practice.

On Friday, we reported on the departure of Kimberly Maul, PRWeek‘s corporate reporter. In June, PRNewser spoke with Julia Hood, who announced she would be leaving the publication to become president of the Arthur W. Page Society. Hood had served as editor-in-chief of the magazine from 2002 to 2008 and was publishing director of both PRWeek and DMNews when she left.

Steve Barrett joined PRWeek in March as editor-in-chief, a position that was open for nearly a year after the departure of the previous EIC, Keith O’Brien.

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‘PRWeek’ Reporter Kimberly Maul Heads to EMarketer

Kimberly Maul, PRWeek‘s corporate reporter, is leaving the magazine to join eMarketer in their social media group on November 1. Maul’s new beat will focus on social media data and surveys, as well as case studies from brands that are using social media, she says. PRWeek is seeking a new reporter for the corporate beat.

PRWeek‘s most recent new hire was Lindsey Siegriest, who joined the magazine on August 30 as news editor.

Kiss Hires Levine Communications Office

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“Rock band Kiss hired Levine Communications Office for PR as it releases its first album in 11 years, Sonic Boom,” reports PRWeek‘s Kimberly Maul.

The agency has been in the PR business more than 25 years and has worked with household names including Barbara Streisand, Michael J. Fox and David Bowie. Agency namesake Michael Levine recently incurred some public backlash after issuing a statement immediately after the death of former client Michael Jackson that some thought was insensitive.

Levine told PRNewser that he has worked with Kiss before and said of their success, “I am smart enough to know getting to the top is hard, staying at the top is harder.” We asked him if there was one booking he would want to score for the band, to which he replied, “Getting them to play the Star Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl.” What, no halftime show?