News Bulletin: PacMags announces restructure and new editors; MediaCom names CD

By AdNews | 9 September 2015

Pacific Magazines announces restructure and new editors

Pacific Magazines today announced the restructure of the health titles' beauty department, with the appointment of key new roles across Women's Health, Men's Health and Prevention.

Caelia Corse has been promoted to the role of beauty and grooming director, Women's Health, Men's Health and Prevention, effective immediately. Corse has 12 years experience in the magazine industry and has been at Pacific Magazines for the past five years, recently in the role of beauty director, Women's Health.

Melinda Ayre will join the health titles' beauty team as beauty and grooming editor, Women's Health, Men's Health and Prevention. Ayre has previously held beauty roles at body+soul and Good Health.

MediaCom names creative director and expands MBA division

MediaCom’s specialist content division, MediaCom Beyond Advertising (MBA), has hired Simon Jarosz from previous employer Toast Creative.

Jarosz has been given the remit of creative director working with Gemma Hunter, executive creative director and national head of MBA Australia and Tom Robinson, head of content strategy and distribution, to lead the vision for MediaCom's content product. Jarosz will be responsible for creative direction and production excellence for all MBA original and partnership content.

As part of a global MBA expansion, MBA Australia’s former creative director, Shelby Craig, has returned to L.A tasked with the start up of the specialist content division within the Californian based office.

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