Hearst Taps Coles As U.S. Editor-in-Chief Of Cosmo

by , Sep 4, 2012, 12:15 PM
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Just a couple of weeks after long-time Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Helen Gurley Brown died, Hearst Magazines has named Joanna Coles has been appointed editor-in-chief of U.S. Cosmopolitan. Coles was editor-in-chief of Marie Claire and replaces longtime U.S. Cosmopolitan Editor Kate White, who the company said has, "decided to shift focus to her already successful writing and speaking career." White will be staying on at Hearst as an advisor. Coles starts in her new role on September 10th, and will report to Hearst Magazines President David Carey.

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