The Des Moines, Iowa-based company plans to focus on its magazine business, which publishes titles such as People and InStyle.
Condé Nast’s new internship program lists only one editorial opportunity at digital-only publication Glamour, which no longer has a fashion team.
Meredith, Condé Nast and Hearst have all released diversity reports over the past few months.
Home decor, bookazines and food are among the categories that have performed well in print and online.
Jeffries Blackerby, Departures’ editor in chief, is exiting the company after four years in the top job.
Owner Meredith also revealed that People’s top editor Dan Wakeford has been given the additional title of editorial director of entertainment.
The New York-based editor was an inveterate traveler.
The “Good Impressions” initiative will provide help to between five and 10 businesses at various stages of growth and development.
“What we quickly realized was that people needed news so our role shifted,” said Julia Cosgrove, editor in chief of independent travel magazine Afar.
The Des Moines, Iowa-based publisher recorded a 22 percent increase in digital advertising revenues to $161.2 million.
The quarterly magazine’s first issue will be released in early March and priced at $12.99.