BIRMINGHAM, Alabama Country Living magazine, owned by New York based Hearst Magazines, will move its editorial operations to Birmingham in a bid to be closer to the lifestyle, Adidas Shoes Y3
The change is expected to create about 20 jobs in Birmingham. The magazine's current editorial staffers will not be making the move and its publishing and marketing operations will remain in New York, Hearst said. The Adidas Sl 72 Forest Green
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Barrett said Birmingham, which filled with creative people, is a natural home for the magazine. a longtime reader and fan of Country Living, I couldn be more excited by this opportunity, she said.
Former Southern Living Executive Editor Rachel Hardage Barrett will replace Country Living Editor in Chief Sarah Gray Miller, Hearst Magazines President David Carey said in a prepared statement.
Country Living magazine to move from NYC to Birmingham updated
with addition of detail regarding number of jobs created.
Carey and Editorial Director Ellen Levine said Barrett, who began her career as a market analyst, has 13 years managing lifestyle brands and brings a depth of knowledge to her new Sl Loop Chromatech position.
expected to be in place by March.
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