It’s been a busy week for Newsweek. Not only did the magazine name a new global publisher (h/t FishbowlNY), but the soon-to-be-Sidney Harman-owned property is reportedly in talks with Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown to run the magazine.
And Folio: noticed something interesting on Mediabistro.com’s job board: there are two open positions at the magazine, posted yesterday.
“One is a product manager/director, which will be responsible for Web and mobile product planning and execution, and will work with third party partners to assess partnerships and licensing opportunities and implement new products.
“The other is a director of audience development and analytics, which will be responsible for driving traffic on all Newsweek Digital products as well as overseeing digital analytics.”
Not quite newsroom jobs, but ones that will be crucial if Newsweek wants to take the cachet it once enjoyed in print and translate it for an online audience.
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