The Wall Street Journal announced Marcus Brauchli will succeed Paul Steiger as managing editor of its global news operations, effective May 15. Brauchli, who joined Dow Jones in 1984 as a national copyreader with AP-Dow Jones, was appointed global news editor in 2003 and made deputy managing editor in December 2005.
Goldberg resigns from 'Inc.', 'Fast Company' to join Conde Nast
Jayson Goldberg has resigned as publishing director of Mansueto Ventures' Inc. and Fast Company to join Conde Nast's Arch-itectural Digest as associate publisher. John Tebeau, national sales director of Inc., has been named acting publisher of the magazine.
Cygnus Business Media names Ogle as CFO
Cygnus Business Media has named Jim Ogle CFO. Ogle succeeds Ken Fisher. Ogle was most recently VP-finance of Penton Media, where he helped develop the company's strategies for print, online and trade shows. Ogle will be based in Cygnus' Hackensack, N.J., and Baltimore, Md. offices.
'Aviation Week' names Blackhall to newly created position
Iain Blackhall has been named to the newly created position of managing director, Europe, Middle East and Asia for McGraw-Hill Cos.' Aviation Week. Blackhall will be responsible for growth of the Aviation Week media portfolio outside of North and South America, including the China and Russian strategic partnerships with International Aviation and Air Transport Observer, respectively. Prior to joining Aviation Week, Blackhall was managing director of Shephard Group, a publishing and event company targeting the international aerospace and defense markets.
Cutitta named GM of IDG Connect
International Data Group has named Frank Cutitta general manager of IDG Connect, an international lead generation service that connects technology companies with IT prospects. Cutitta was formerly CEO of the Center for Global Branding, a consultancy.
'New York Times' announces promotions in advertising department
New York—The New York Times announced promotions in its advertising department. The role of Todd Haskell, VP-business development, has been expanded to include responsibility for NYTimes.com ad sales, while Louis Fabrizio and Brian Garnock have each been named VP-advertising. All changes are effective immediately. Fabrizio, who had been ad group director, will be responsible for ad sales in the hotel, transportation, pharmaceutical, hospital and packaged goods sectors and will manage the Times' Miami ad sales office. Garnock will oversee the Times' technology and telecommunications ad sales and will continue to manage the newspaper's ad sales offices in Dallas, San Francisco and Seattle.