Here are some of the latest changes for people in media this past month:

  • Alex Robinson was promoted to editor-in-chief of Bonnier Corp.’s Outdoor Life. Most recently, he served as executive editor.
  • Eileen Silvergleid was named chief revenue officer of Sports Business Journal/Sports Business Daily. She recently served as a senior sales consultant for research and advisory firm Gartner.
  • Dave Pomeroy was promoted to president of National Business Media, which publishes A&E, Printwear and RV Pro magazines. His most recent role was VP of publishing and markets.
  • Alyssa Vingan Klein was named editorial director of Nylon. Her previous role was’s editor-in-chief.
  • Tyler McCall was promoted to editor-in-chief of Fashionista. She most recently held the role of deputy editor.
  • Jeff Giles was named executive Hollywood editor for Vanity Fair. Most recently, he was a contract writer for the New York Times and a contributing editor at VF.
  • Jodi Rudoren was named editor-in-chief for The Forward. She is currently the associated managing editor for audience at The Times.
  • Kris Worrell was named editor in chief of The Virginian-Pilot and the Daily Press. Worrell is currently the executive editor and vice president of news at The Press of Atlantic City.
  • Abraham Martinez was named digital editor for V Magazine and VMAN. He comes from L’Officiel USA where he served as digital editor.
  • Rob Smith was promoted to editorial director of Seattle Magazine. He will also remain editor in chief of Seattle Business.
  • Christine Shaw was named publisher and CEO of InvestmentNews.  Most recently, she was managing director and senior vice president of global events and B2B for Future Plc.
  • Kim Castro has been promoted to editor and chief and content officer of U.S. News & World Report. She most recently served as the deputy chief of content and executive editor.
  • Sarah Gray Miller was named editor in chief of Saveur. She most recently served as the top editor of Modern Farmer.
  • Chelsea Lin was promoted to executive editor of Seattle Magazine.  Her previous position was food and dining editor.
  • Alisa Leonard has been named head of global marketing for The Atlantic. Most recently, she ran her own brand strategy consulting firm, HelloQ,
  • Jeffrey Hamill has been given the title of EVP and chief media officer for Hearst Integrated Media. His previous role was EVP of sales and marketing.
  • Todd Haskell was named SVP and chief marketing officer of Hearst Magazines. His previous position was SVP and chief revenue officer for Hearst Magazines Digital Media.
  • Peter Greenberger was named publisher of The Hill.  Most recently, he was global director of news content partnerships for Twitter.
  • Tom Kirwan was promoted to VP and chief revenue officer of Hearst Media Solutions. He had previously served as VP of national sales and key accounts.
  • Wolfgang Blau has been given an additional title of COO of Condé Nast International. He has spent the past two years as president.
  • Pamela Drucker Mann was promoted to global chief revenue officer and president of U.S. revenue for Condé Nast. Her previous title was Chief revenue and marketing officer.
  • Jamie Jouning is now chief client officer for Condé Nast.  His former title was chief revenue officer on the international side.

Let us know in the comments if there are any other recent stories or career moves you’d like us to include in our next People in Media roundup.

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