Bauer reshuffles digital editorial staff

By Jonas Lopez in Media News on

Bauer Media logoBauer Media Australia has reorganised part of its digital editorial team.

The company stated that Fiona Baker will run web platform Now to Love as the new managing editor. The move comes as the website is marking its first anniversary. Baker recently stepped down as the editor of Weight Watchers Australia.

Bauer Media Australia digital content director Emily Kerr is moving on to New York to assume a similar role at Bauer Media USA. She had been working in Australia for almost five years.

Jenna Clarke will be the managing editor of Bauer’s digital luxury portfolio, covering magazines such as ELLE and Cosmopolitan.

Annabel Hodges signs on as the company’s new audience development director, leading a team of online marketing professionals who engage over social media, search engines, and direct email under a prebuilt digital marketing strategy.

Lorna Gray has also been appointed as a managing editor in charge of a features portfolio team.

“The calibre of people hired into these roles, some of the most highly regarded in the business, reflects our commitment to growing our digital brands. I could not think of a team better suited to navigate the exciting opportunities ahead as we continue to evolve our digital business,” said Bauer Media acting GM for digital publishing Michael Fuyula.

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