Bye Bye Big Apple: Entertainment Weekly Heads to Hollywood

Entertainment Weekly is preparing to move closer to the film stars and TV personalities it covers. In March it plans to leave the company's headquarters across from 1 World Trade Center and relocate to Los Angeles, moving into offices that also hold People magazine's West Coast operations.The move, announced Wednesday, comes amid company-wide efforts to cut costs and sell titles, as parent company Time Inc. continues a rocky transition from a onetime print advertising powerhouse to a digitally-focused operation. The publisher put itself on the block in March and then decided not to sell itself in April. It was spun off from Time Warner as a publicly traded company in 2014.A spokeswoman said that around 40 to 45 of the publication's 66 New York staffers are expected to make the move west. Some editorial employees who don't want to move will be able to continue working from New York, or will be reassigned to other brands at Time Inc. Others will leave the company. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

[ Advertising Age | 2017-10-05 00:00:00 UTC ]
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