Hagerty Promoted to U.S. Publisher of Newsweek

  • December 15, 2003
Newsweek has shuffled its marketing deck, promoting Patrick Hagerty to the post of U.S. publisher. Hagerty, formerly the mag's associate publisher, joined the company in 2002 from Primedia.

"In his brief tenure at Newsweek, Pat's management of the ad sales team has delivered impressive results," said executive vice president and worldwide publisher Gregory Osberg in a press release. "For the second year in a row, Newsweek will be the fastest growing major news or business magazine with respect to ad pages, and our share of market continues to grow."

Newsweek also announced that Detroit sales manager Stephen Dooley has been promoted to Detroit advertising director, and that Ronald Golminas has joined the mag's Chicago office from Better Homes and Gardens.



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