Jacqueline Loch, until now the vice-president and group publisher of English brands at TVA Group (the publishing division of Quebecor Media Inc.) is joining the St. Joseph Communications, Media Group as vice-president content solutions. Her move is but one of the many changes resulting from a major management reorganization at St. Joe's.
Duncan Clark, who joined the company in January as vice-president, digital has been named to the job of vice-president strategic development. A company press release said
"In his new role Mr. Clark will lead the organization in working closely with St. Joseph Media’s brand and communication partners to develop measurable solutions that are platform agnostic, building community engagement through digital, social media, video, event and print channels strategically aligned with clearly defined client goals and objectives."
Douglas Kelly, who has been managing director of Strategic Content Labs since January 2014 has been promoted to senior vice-president strategic content labs.
Responsibility for all production and customer service in digital and print production is being brought together under one group reporting to Darlene Storey, vice president production and consumer marketing.
St. Joseph has been moving towards a total integration of all of its branded print, digital and social media editorial and sales account management. The upshot is that FASHION Magazine, Men’s FASHION, Weddingbells, Mariage Québec, Glow, Pure and Canadian Family’s digital and print platforms will all report to Lilia Lozinski, senior vice president and group publisher, women’s brands. Ken Hunt, publisher of Toronto Life.will be responsible for Toronto Life and torontoist.com’s platforms.
Leaving the company as a result of the changes will be Debra Rother, longtime associate publisher advertising for the women’s group, and Lindsay Wells, associate publisher for Toronto Life.
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