Media Moves

National: Tom Jarriel, correspondent for "20/20," retires after 38 years. No replacement has been named. For more information, call 212/456-7777 ... Henry Goldblatt, former
senior editor at Fortune, makes the jump from financials to entertainment, joining Entertainment Weekly as assistant managing editor. Call 212/522-5600 ... Andrew Wallenstein
joins Hollywood Reporter, replacing Jim McConville, who left. Wallenstein will cover the cable TV industry in New York. Email ... Maxim promotes Alex Straus to senior associate editor. He is responsible for feature
stories including true crime, adventure and profiles, as well as new products and consumer technology featured in "Gear." He also covers sports. Email Business/Financial: Amy Bernstein, former consultant to The San Francisco Chronicle's business section, joins Business
2.0 as senior editor. She oversees editorial on and covers video games, the entertainment industry and Hollywood, and new media. Nancy Einhart becomes a reporter
with the pub, covering marketing, advertising and retail. Email all pitches for Business 2.0 to ... The Kiplinger
Letter promotes Andrew Schneider to senior associate editor, replacing Peter Goldstein. Goldstein will become senior editor for the economy team effective Nov. 1. Email Schneider
at ... Pat Regnier joins Money as senior editor. He will assign, edit and write stories on investing,
financial services and Wall Street. Call 212/522-2490. Technology: John Rendleman, senior editor at InformationWeek, leaves. Email press materials related to networking and
telecom to Robin Gareiss, senior news editor, Infrastructure, at ... Elliot Markowitz, editor-in-chief of CRM Magazine,
leaves. Ginger Conlon replaces him. She will oversee editorial direction of the magazine, assigning, writing and editing articles on customer relationship management. Email (Media Moves provided by LexisNexis Hot Media News,, 908/790-5421)