Gourmet Magazine Gets New Publisher

Nancy Berger Cardone Replaces Tom Hartman

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Conde Nast shuffled publishers this week in moves that could help reverse recent ad-sales struggles at Gourmet, where ad pages were down 16% through its April issue.
Nancy Berger Cardone
Nancy Berger Cardone

Nancy Berger Cardone, VP-publisher at Allure magazine, was named to take over the top spot at Gourmet, where she began her Conde career as an account manager in 1989.

Back to the food book
"Nancy has done a tremendous job at Allure," said Charles H. Townsend, president-CEO of Conde Nast, in a statement regarding today's changes. "She started her career at Goumet and we are pleased to have her return to the magazine she has a special passion for."

Ad pages at Allure increased 1.6% through the April issue, according to the Media Industry Newsletter.

Tom Hartman, who has been VP-publisher of Gourmet just since March 2007, was named VP-corporate sales in the Conde Nast Media Group, where he will report to Lou Cona, the group's No. 2 to Richard Beckman.

Chapski Joins Conde Nast
At Allure, Agnes Chapski was named the new VP-publisher. Ms. Chapski, who is joining the ranks of Conde publishers for the first time, had been associate publisher at Vanity Fair. She had previously been associate publisher at Lucky and, before Conde, was group VP for women's titles at Weider Publications.
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