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Jack Haire Named CEO of Parade Publications

Time Inc. Veteran Will Succeed Walter Anderson

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Longtime media executive Jack Haire will return to his print roots after a four-year stint in digital. Parade Publications has named Mr. Haire CEO, succeeding Walter Anderson, who is retiring July 1.

Jack Haire
Jack Haire Credit: Business Wire
The announcement was made today by Si Newhouse Jr., chairman of Advance Publications, which owns Parade as well as Conde Nast.

"Jack is an experienced executive who has a deep understanding of both print and digital media," Mr. Newhouse said in a statement. "He is very well-respected in the advertising and publishing communities and will be a great partner to Parade's advertisers and newspaper publishers."

The Parade spot had been a possibility for Richard Beckman before he was named president-CEO of the Fairchild Fashion Group in March.

Mr. Haire spent nearly three decades at Time Inc., most notably as exec VP-corporate sales and marketing, before a 2005 reorganization forced him to abandon that post. For the past few years he has guided companies including CNet Networks on their advertising and distribution strategies.

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