Time Inc. has revamped its editorial structure into a shared digital newsroom.
In a memo to staffers, chief content officer Alan Murray explained the new look as 10 different desks led by 10 different editors. Each editor will work to curate content according their respective desk. Below are the new desks and editors that will lead them:
- Celebrity – People.com executive editor Sara Nathan
- News – Time news director Dan Hirschhorn
- Sports – Sports Illustrated digital editor Mark McClusky
- Entertainment – EW.com editor Christopher Rosen
- Style and Beauty – People style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal
- Food – Cooking Light and MyRecipes digital director Stacey Rivera
- Health – Health.com executive editor Theresa Tamkins
- Home – RealSimple.com executive editor Laura Schocker and Coastal Living editor Steele Marcoux
- Technology – Fortune digital editor Andrew Nusca
- Travel and Luxury – Travel + Leisure digital director Miles Stiverson
Edward Felsenthal oversee the Food, News, Home, Technology, Health and Travel desks. Will Lee will oversee the Sports, Beauty and Style, Celebrity and Entertainment desks.
“While most routine assignments will continue to be handled within the brands, it will be the role of the desk leaders to ensure that we are collaborating in real-time, quickly seizing opportunities to win in social and search and steering our collective resources where we can have the most impact,” explained Murray, in his memo. “We will track our audience growth not just across brands, but also across the desks.”