Media Moves

National News: Robin Sayers, senior editor of InStyle, moves from the West Coast bureau to the New York office. Sayers' focus is on trend reporting, celebrity interviews and
feature editing. Send releases to Time & Life Building, 18th Floor, Rockefeller Center, New York, NY 10020. Frederic Fekkai joins the pub as a contributing editor. He will
write several columns covering the beauty and fashion beat, the first of which appears in the May issue. For more information, phone Katie Pottinger, InStyle public affairs,
212/522-2710 ... Andrea Rosengarten, managing editor of Jane, leaves. Debbie McHugh, former managing editor of Seventeen, joins to replace her. Email ... Alison Fitzgerald relocates to the Washington, D.C., bureau of Bloomberg News. She covers the
auto industry and transportation policy. Call 202/624-1920 ... Seth Mnookin, formerly of the New York Sun, joins Newsweek as a senior writer with the national affairs desk. No
start date has been confirmed. Call the pub at 212/445-4000 ... Todd Gold, formerly Us Weekly West Coast bureau chief, joins People as senior West Coast editor. He will supervise
West Coast entertainment stories. Call 212/522-8470 for more information ... Chuck Green, metro columnist for the Denver Post, resigns after 34 years. A replacement has not been
named. Email Tom Trout, editorial assistant, ... Business/Financial: Ian McDonald joins The Wall Street Journal
Online as online columnist focusing on personal finance and fund investing. His column is called Fund Fiend. McDonald was with Terri Cullen, assistant managing
editor of The Journal Online, launches her own column, Fiscally Fit. The column will cover an array of personal finance issues. Call 212/597-5600 ... John Koten, editor of Worth,
resigns. Randy Jones replaces him. Email Technology: Eric Nee, Lawrence Lessig and John Parkinson join
CIO Insight as contributing columnists. Nee's column, Due Diligence, begins in the May issue; Lessig's column, Code Breaking, begins in June; and Parkinson's column, Strong
Signals debuts in July. Call 212/503-3500. (Media Moves provided by LexisNexis Hot Media News,, 908/464-6800 ext. 2280)