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April 27, 2007
New U.S. News & World Report editor Brian Kelly can't give much in the way of promotions (Mort Zuckerman's famously cash-strapped newsweekly has had a salary freeze in place for years), but he can hand out promotions. Karen Chevalier is now executive director of the magazine, while former assistant managing editors Tim Smart and Margaret Mannix are now full-fledged managing editors...
NBC is still figuring out what to do with iVillage, the Internet company it acquired in the heat of the moment, and the Peacock lured AOL's women & lifestyle programming chief, Jennie Baird, to help....
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