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Editor travels to Hearst comeback – New York Post

Editor travels to Hearst comeback – New York Post

Klara Glowczewska, who was ousted as editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveler last year, achieved a measure of revenge last week when Hearst debuted the relaunched Town & Country Travel.

She kicked off the debut issue with a reception in the brand new Tea Room at the Plaza with T&C editor-in-chief Jay Fielden hosting.

In addition to overseeing the new spin-off, she is doing a monthly travel column for T&C.

Town & Country had shut down its travel spin-off in the dark days of the Great Recession back in 2009, but it being brought back ever so slowly.

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The issue is the only one that will appear this year.

Michael Clinton, chief revenue officer of Hearst, said the plan is to do two issues next year. “After that we will see,” he said at the reception.

Hearst is tightening the belt elsewhere. As Women’s Wear Daily reported last week, the staffs of Redbook and Woman’s Day will be combined, even while both maintain separate top editors.

About six people will get pink slips.

Meanwhile, Condé Nast Traveler, which jettisoned most of the upper masthead when new editor Pilar Guzman arrived from Martha Stewart Living, was totally revamped.


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