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Isolde Motley Oversaw ‘Real Simple’, ‘In Style’

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Isolde Motley, Time Inc.'s corporate editor for nearly six years, will leave the company by June.

Isolde Motley
In her role as corporate editor, Ms. Motley oversaw magazines including Real Simple and In Style, two of the company's big successes. She was managing editor at the old incarnation of Life from 1998 until 2000 and before that was Time Inc.'s development editor for three years.

Among her other achievements, Ms. Motley was the founding editor at Martha Stewart Living.

No successor named
A Time Inc. executive confirmed a report of her departure that appeared on WWD.com, but could not say whether John Huey, editor in chief, had identified a successor. It was also not clear whether Ms. Isolde's exit will result in any significant restructuring.

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