Meredith Nabs Former Teen Vogue Publisher to Run More Magazine

Benefits From Game of Musical Chairs at Rival Conde Nast

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Sabine Feldmann
Sabine Feldmann

Meredith has benefited from a game of musical chairs at Conde Nast by hiring away Sabine Feldmann to fill a vacancy at the top of More magazine.

Ms. Feldman had been publisher of Conde's Teen Vogue since June 2010, but the company gave her job to Jason Wagenheim two weeks ago.

Conde needed a post for Mr. Wagenheim after abandoning a brief effort to have him run Glamour. The company installed him at Teen Vogue on Nov. 30 and said it would name Ms. Feldmann to a new post within a few days.

It didn't make a move, though, and today Meredith announced that Ms. Feldmann was coming aboard as More's publisher.

"Sabine is a proven leader who understands how to build and transform brands across multiple platforms and in the experiential marketplace," said Tom Witschi, exec VP at Meredith National Media Group, in a statement announcing her hire.

More's previous publisher, Christine Guilfoyle, was named publisher at Every Day with Rachael Ray when Meredith acquired that title in October.

An earlier version of this article misstated the date when Ms. Feldmann began at Teen Vogue. She began there in June 2010, not June 2011.

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