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‘PRWeek’ Has New Staff Members, As Usual

PRWeek has a new news editor. Ilya Leybovich has joined the magazine from Industry Market Trends where he was associate editor. And Rose Gordon rejoins the magazine as senior editor, handling roundtables, webcasts,and other special projects. She was previously at another Haymarket Media publication DM News.

Beth Krietsch has also gone back to the magazine as the West Coast correspondent. And Brittaney Kiefer is the publication’s new Web coordinator. She was also at another Haymarket Media pub, SC Magazine.

PRWeek has undergone many changes in the past year or so. You can take a look back here.

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Exclusive: PRWeek‘s New Look

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First on PRNewser: The re-designed cover of PRWeek‘s June issue – its first issue since going monthly – has been obtained by PRNewser.

News Editor Rose Gordon told us that the issue comes in at 62-pages, with a main feature by San Francisco bureau chief Aarti Shah that, “tracks where PR stands in the turf war over digital.” The cover story focuses on Microsoft’s new head of corporate communications, Simon Sproule. The print edition will arrive on subscribers’ desks by the end of next week.

What do you think of the new design?

Twittering the NextNY PR for Startups Discussion

Tonight’s panel looks at the tools & tricks, what you can DIY, and when you need to hire a consultant.

NextNY is an organization open to all, focused on young people who “have a stake in the future of tech and new media in New York City”.

Check out our Twitter feed below for @PRNewser, and follow @nextny too. The hashtag for the event is #startuppr. The panel includes 5 PR people, and 3 journalists including:

-Mary Kathleen Flynn, Senior Editor, The Deal
-Gillian Reagan, Reporter, The New York Observer
-Rose Gordon, News Editor, PRWeek
-Sabrina Horn, President, The Horn Group
-Peter Himler, Founder/Principal at Flatiron Communications LLC
-Jay Kolbe, Vice President, Weber Shandwick
-Adam Isserlis, Director of Digital Media, Rubenstein Communications
-Chantelle Karl, PR Manager, East Coast, Yelp