Brian Segal retiring as president and CEO of Rogers Publishing
Brian Segal, the President and CEO of Rogers Publishing Limited, will be retiring at the end of August, staff were told today in a memorandum from Keith Pelley, the president of Rogers Media.
The memorandum described Segal's career as "nothing short of spectacular".
Fresh off being the president of the University of Guelph and, before that, president of Ryerson University (1980-88), Segal joined Rogers as publisher of Maclean's in 1992 and became CEO of Rogers Publishing in 1999.
In his 12 years at the helm of our publishing company," [Pelly's memo said] Brian has established himself as a formidable influencer and leader not only within our walls, but also in the publishing and media industry in general."[More as more is known, including who will likely replace him. Suggestions?]