I'm as gullible as the next fellow- even I can't believe she hasn't yet been sworn in, but Hillary is already amending the Constitution and eliminating the Electoral College. I hope they have smelling salts handy there in the Senate cloakroom the day she sashays in and the first old goat takes an apoplexy and keels over.
FamilyPC has a new art director, Amy Jaffe, who'd been free-lancing for everyone from O to InStyle.
People en Espanol hired Alex Rosero as sales development director. The magazine says ad pages are up 40% over this date in '99. Ole!
Primedia Intertec Publishing named Jim Bauschka VP-corporate accounts.
Mark Furlong, publisher of Natural History, says the mag is celebrating its 100th anniversary in grand form. Ad pages are 8% ahead for the year but December pages are 100% ahead.
Direct Results Group, a Boston direct marketing shop, promoted Walter Bumford to VP-creative director.
Space Cadets: Morning anchor Cameron Swayze on WCBS-AM in New York did a Nov. 11 report on Veterans' Day festivities in Manhattan and ended with this line, "The St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off on Fifth Avenue this morning at 11."
Greene Inc. Communications, Valley Stream, N.Y., will do trade publicity for three Reader's Digest pubs, Walking, New Choices and Family Handyman.
Kathleen Keenan was promoted to publisher of Latingirl, the English-language national mag for Latin teen girls.
Westwood One radio (part of Infinity Broadcasting) named Max Kasny senior director of entertainment affiliate sales.
You're putting me on! Money reports 68% of survey respondents are uncomfortable paying mortgage or car payments online.
Chris Lambiase tells me the November issue has helped SmartMoney to rack up seven consecutive years of ad page sales growth.
Jane (Fairchild Publications) has a new entertainment editor, Jauretsi Saizarbitoria. She was with Details.
Primedia relocated the office of Automobile Publisher John Kennelly to Detroit. Seems to make sense.