A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.
Condé Nast is looking at ways its brands can monetize live events as traditional print advertising continues to struggle.
Merida joins from ESPN where he was senior vice president and also editor-in-chief of The Undefeated.
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.
It’s the first publisher to join the digital bank’s tree-planting initiative in a bid to become carbon neutral.
“Sometimes they make us feel like we’re taking more dramatic action than we are,” said Allure’s executive beauty director Jenny Bailly.
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.