Hearst Magazines realigns

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Cathleen P. Black, president of Hearst Magazines, New York, divided the majority of Hearst titles into two management groups--the Home/Lifestyle Group and the Women's Group. Michael Clinton, senior VP-chief marketing officer, assumes responsibility for the Home/Lifestyle Group, including Colonial Homes, Country Living, Country Living Gardener, House Beautiful and Rebecca's Garden. Mr. Clinton also will oversee publishing for Esquire and corporate marketing for SmartMoney, in addition to retaining control over corporate marketing and sales, brand development, custom publishing and research. Ann Fuchs, senior VP-group publisher of Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire and Town & Country, takes on additional duties overseeing Healthy Living, Redbook and Victoria. Pat Haegele, senior VP-publisher of Good Housekeeping, and Donna Kalajian, senior VP-publisher of Cosmopolitan, will continue to report directly to Ms. Black. Jay McGill, VP-group publisher, will continue overseeing the Men's Active Group, including Motor Boating & Sailing, Popular Mechanics and Sports Afield, and continue to report directly to Ms. Black.

Copyright January 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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