Media Moves

In National News: Philip Herrera, executive editor of Town & Country, retires
but will continue to contribute articles on topics like arts, philanthropy and
business. Tony Freund, senior editor, takes over Herrera's coverage of arts,
architecture and culture. Email Freund at tfreund@hearst.com
... Amy Goodman's title changes from editorial assistant to assistant editor
of InStyle Special Issues. Responsibilities include reporting, writing and producing
stories for the magazine. Email her at amy_
goodman@instylemag.com
... Lynya Floyd, associate editor of Seventeen, leaves.
A direct replacement has not yet been hired. In the interim, call Seventeen,
212/204-4300 ... Marianne Goldstein, deputy entertainment editor for The New
York Daily News, leaves. No replacement has been named. Call the publication
at 212/210-2100 ... Jason Bellini, formerly part of MTV's "Street Team," heads
to Afghanistan as part of a collaboration between MTV and CNN. Bellini will
interview young people in Afghanistan with questions from American kids. His
segments will appear on MTV's Daily News and CNN's NewsNight with Aaron Brown.
For more information, phone CNN's New York bureau, 212/714-7800 ... Amanda Bishop,
reporter for the San Francisco Business Times, leaves. Steve Ginsberg, reporter,
assumes her coverage of real estate, construction, architecture and economic
development. Email sginsberg@bizjournals.com.
Business/Financial: Edward Felsenthal's title with The Wall Street Journal changes
from deputy editor of the Weekend Journal to editor of the new Personal Journal
section. The new section appears three days a week and will cover personal investing,
travel, health, automobiles and consumer electronics (PRN, Dec. 17, 2001). Call
Felsenthal at 609/520-4000. Richard Turner, formerly New York bureau chief for
the now-defunct Industry Standard, joins The Wall Street Journal as deputy editor,
media and marketing. Turner assists in overseeing coverage of media and marketing
within various industries. Call 609/520-4000 ... Mike Jaccarino and Josh LeBaron,
staff editors for Investment Advisor, leave. No replacements have been named.
For information regarding coverage of financial investing and mutual funds,
email James Green, editor, jgreen@ia-mag.com.
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