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‘WSJ.' makes several executive changes

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New York—The Wall Street Journal has named Sophie Raptis publisher of WSJ., the newspaper's glossy consumer magazine.

Raptis joins WSJ. from Times Media in London, where she was the international business group head responsible for The Times of London, The Times Magazine, The Sunday Times, The Sunday Times Magazine, Culture and Style Magazine and The Times online.

In joining WSJ., Raptis teams again with Tina Gaudoin, with whom she worked at Luxx, the Times of London's glossy magazine.

The Journal also announced that Ellen Asmodeo-Giglio is now VP-sales for Weekend Edition and the luxury sales group. She was formerly publisher of WSJ. Andrea Norlander has been promoted to associate publisher of marketing for WSJ. from executive director of creative services for WSJ.; and Anthony Cenname has joined the Journal as multimedia director. He will manage the Luxury Group and report to Asmodeo-Giglio.

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