Member access

4-Traders Homepage  >  News

News

Latest NewsCompaniesMarketsEconomy & ForexCommoditiesHot NewsMost Read NewsRecomm.Business LeadersVideosCalendar 

Time Inc. Names Jess Cagle Editor of PEOPLE

01/10/2014 | 10:01am US/Eastern

Cagle Also Appointed Editorial Director of Entertainment Weekly

Time Inc. has named Jess Cagle Editor of PEOPLE and Editorial Director of Entertainment Weekly. Cagle will also oversee the editorial team of PEOPLE.com. A new Editor of Entertainment Weekly, who will report directly to Cagle, will be named shortly. Larry Hackett, Editor of PEOPLE since 2006, will be leaving the company. The announcement was made today by David Geithner, Executive Vice President, Time Inc. and Norman Pearlstine, Executive Vice President and Chief Content Officer, Time Inc. Cagle will continue to report to Geithner, with a dotted line to Pearlstine.

"Jess's reputation for successful collaboration and strong leadership, coupled with his unmatched access and influence in the celebrity world, will benefit both the PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly brands enormously as they continue to dominate their categories," said Geithner.

"This new structure under Jess will bring seamless integration between our print and digital teams, help create a clear brand vision for the future and ensure we make the most of our opportunities for collaboration," said Pearlstine. "I want to thank Larry for his years of leadership and recognize his innumerable accomplishments during his 15-year tenure at Time Inc. His commitment to respected journalism, creative insights, and brand acumen have revitalized and stabilized PEOPLE during a time of unprecedented competition. We are grateful for his editorial vision, contributions to PEOPLE's business efforts, and collegial leadership."

"It feels amazing to be back at PEOPLE, where I started my career as an intern. PEOPLE and EW are two of the greatest brands in media, and the opportunities for both are endless. I know how excited and committed Time Inc. is to seeing our brands grow and evolve, and being asked to lead these editorial teams is an incredible honor," said Cagle.

Jess Cagle was named Editor of Entertainment Weekly in 2009. Under his leadership, the brand integrated its print and digital editorial operations, transformed EW.com into a 24/7 breaking news site, and increased its audience and presence in Hollywood--resulting in double-digit growth in 2013. Cagle is one of the country's most recognizable entertainment journalists. His frequent television appearances include co-hosting the official ABC Academy Awards red carpet pre-show four times in the past five years and serving as a regular contributor to CBS News.

Cagle began his illustrious 27-year career at Time Inc. as a reporter for PEOPLE in 1987. In 1990 he helped launch Entertainment Weekly, where he played a key role in defining the magazine's voice as a writer and editor for 10 years. He covered the entertainment industry as a Senior Editor of TIME from 2000-2002, then returned to PEOPLE as Entertainment Editor, where he broke some of the brand's biggest celebrity stories.

It was also announced that Mark Golin, Group Editor of Time Inc.'s Style & Entertainment Group, will be leaving the company. Golin played a leading role in Time Inc.'s digital development since he joined the company from AOL nearly 11 years ago. As Editor of PEOPLE.com, Golin engineered the site's rapid growth and expansion across mobile, video, and social platforms, ultimately building one of Time Inc.'s most successful digital businesses. He will remain at Time Inc. during a transition period as the company continues to integrate print and digital editorial efforts.

About Time Inc.

Time Inc., a division of Time Warner, is one of the largest branded media companies in the world reaching more than 130 million Americans each month across multiple platforms. With influential brands such as TIME, PEOPLE, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, InStyle, REAL SIMPLE, Travel + Leisure and Food & Wine, Time Inc. is home to celebrated events and franchises including the FORTUNE 500, TIME 100, PEOPLE's Most Beautiful, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Sportsman of the Year and the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.

Time Inc.
Teri Everett
EVP, Corporate Communications
teri.everett@timeinc.com
or
Nancy Valentino
SVP Corporate Communications, Style & Entertainment Group
nancy_valentino@timeinc.com


© Business Wire 2014
React to this article
Latest news
Date Title
03:16a Exporters taste credit after Portugal's long lending drought
03:05a TYRATECH : The best reality ; America's Next Top Model, Sky Living,Thursday, 8pm
03:05a NATIONAL SHIPPING SAUDI ARABIA : May 24, 2015 Bahri announces signing of contracts with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to... Read More
03:02a ADAMA TECHNOLOGIES : Control Solutions adds Mosquito Mist Ultra to its already diverse vector control product line
03:02a RE/MAX : Strong Demand for Both Rental and For Sale Housing Reinforcing Each Other in Chicago Area, RE/MAX Reports
02:40a IRAN'S OIL MINISTER SAYS OPEC UNLIKELY TO CHANGE OUTPUT CEILING : Mehr news agency
02:35a ALLIANZ SE : Let's not Mone at old boys
02:17a Renault in Turkey offers concessions to striking workers
02:12a WEIGHT WATCHERS : Diet banners torn down by furious mum
02:11a NETFLIX : Box set
Latest news
Advertisement
Hot News 
AMUR MINERALS : Kun-Manie Production Licence Awarded
CTRIP : Expedia Announces eLong Transaction
HAVELOCK EUROPA : Looks to the Future of Manufacturing in Fife
MIKRON : visiting a great British dish and a national institution ; DRAMA
SOITEC : Frances Soitec to sell solar activities to ConcenSolar
Most Read News
05/23 MANCHESTER UNITED : Premier League fans’ verdicts part 1: Arsenal to Manchester City
05/23 Daimler and Qualcomm to develop in-car tech, wireless charging
05/23 SPEEDWAY MOTORSPORTS : Tom Talks: This isn't my first rodeo
05/23 JUMA TECHNOLOGY : The Friday rush to be devout Muslims
05/23 FIAT CHRYSLER CEO APPROACHED GM ABOUT A MERGER, WAS REBUFFED : Nyt
Most recommended articles
02:40a IRAN'S OIL MINISTER SAYS OPEC UNLIKELY TO CHANGE OUTPUT CEILING : Mehr news agency
02:17a Renault in Turkey offers concessions to striking workers
05/23 Daimler and Qualcomm to develop in-car tech, wireless charging
05/23DJCenovus Shuts Alberta Oil Sands Site Due to Forest Fire
05/23 FIAT CHRYSLER CEO APPROACHED GM ABOUT A MERGER, WAS REBUFFED : Nyt