Time Inc. shakeup: Pearlstine returns from Bloomberg

Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp began putting his stamp on the publishing company Wednesday, when employees were told that editors will begin reporting to the organization's business side, a reversal that sent a ripple of anxiety through its editorial offices. Editors of the company's magazines, which include People and Time, had previously reported to the company's editor-in-chief.Martha Nelson, a well-regarded veteran of Time Inc. who became its editor-in-chief in January, is leaving as part of the changes. Mr. Ripp named Norman Pearlstine to succeed her as the company's top editorial executive, but in the newly created post of executive vice president-chief content officer. Mr. Pearlstine was Time Inc.'s editor in chief from 1994 to 2005, during which time he and Mr. Ripp developed a close working relationship, but has been chief content officer at Bloomberg for the past five years.The changes are effective immediately.The shakeup is meant to decentralize and streamline Time Inc.'s bureaucracy before the company splits from parent Time Warner next year, Mr. Ripp said in a memo to staff.It's also the first big structural move that Mr. Ripp has led since joining Time Inc as CEO in September. Time Inc. agreed to buy American Express Publishing's titles just days after he began, but that decision that was in the works before his arrival."We believe effective collaboration across business and editorial lines is imperative if we are to succeed as an independent company," he said... Continue reading at 'Crains New York'

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Little People, Big Dreams: Children’s non-fiction posts all-time record return

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John Grisham Returns to Camino Island, This Time in Hurricane Season

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David Carey Returns to Hearst in New Full-Time Role | People on the Move

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Bloomberg Media's CRO thinks it's a great time to be a publisher

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Norman Pearlstine, Time Inc. Vice Chairman, to Retire

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In Shakeup, Time Inc. Names New Publisher of InStyle

InStyle magazine has hired Wall Street Journal executive Nina Lawrence to serve as its publisher. She succeeds Karin Tracy, InStyle's publisher since May 2013.A Time Inc. staffer said the company chose Ms. Lawrence due to her "impressive" digital background.News of the shakeup came Tuesday... Continue reading at Advertising Age

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