Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Karine Ewart shifts from Today's Parent
to be EIC of Chatelaine

Rogers Media has reached out to one of its other major titles to name Karine Ewart, until now the editor-in-chief of Today's Parent, to be the editor-in-chief of flagship Chatelaine, effective next week. A release quoted Steve Maich, senior vice-president and GM of Publishing at Rogers Media saying of her
"Karine is one of Canada's best magazine editors. She has a deep and intuitive sense of what readers want and need, and she has a deep passion for the place Chatelaine holds in the hearts of Canadian women."
Ewart joined Today's Parent in 2011, having started in the business as an assistant editor at Harper's Bazaar in New York and later holding various editorial positions at Fashion magazine, including features editor and editor-in-chief of the late Fashion18.  
"I am truly honoured to be selected to lead such an iconic brand, one that resides in the hearts of so many Canadian women," said Ewart. "I look forward to building on the momentum Chatelaine is currently experiencing, leading the wonderful team there and nurturing the strong relationship Chatelaine has developed with its audiences."
Ewart replaces Jane Franciso, who left in November to become editor-in-chief of Hearst Media's Good Housekeeping

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, what's up at Today's Parent? Anyone know?

10:42 am  

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