Glamour's decision on a new publisher is sparking yet another turnover in the publisher's job at Entertainment Weekly.
Bill Wackermann, exec VP-publishing director in charge of Glamour and several other titles at Conde Nast, this morning named Jason Wagenheim, the publisher of Time Inc.'s EW only since December, to become publisher at Glamour, taking on duties that Mr. Wackermann has handled since 2004.
Mr. Wagenheim's departure means EW needs a new publisher again. He took the job after the surprise departure of Ray Chelstowski, who had been publisher since 2009. Mr. Chelstowski had succeeded Scott Donaton, the former publisher of Advertising Age who became the title's fifth publisher in five years when he took over in November 2007.
Before EW, Mr. Wagenheim had worked at Conde Nast in positions including associate publisher at Vanity Fair. His appointment to lead Glamour -- although reporting to Mr. Wackermann, not known as a hands-off executive -- was expected to be one of several publisher changes coming at Conde Nast, according to executives familiar with the situation.