Family Money Announces New Editor and Executive Editor

Posted on November 18, 1999

Family Money magazine, published by Meredith Corporation, has appointed two magazine journalists to its senior editorial staff, it was announced by Jacqueline Leo, Editor-in-Chief of the magazine. Caroline Donnelly will join Family Money as Editor, and Nancy Josephson will assume the new position of Executive Editor for Family Money. Both appointments are effective with the March/April 2000 issue of the magazine.

Leo also announced that the magazine's current editor, Charley Blaine, has been named Editor of Family Money Interactive. In his new role, Blaine will be responsible for all content on the Family Money website, and for the development of Family Money Daily, a new electronic newsletter. In addition, he will work with the Meredith Broadcasting Group to bring Family Money content to the Web sites of its 12 television stations, and will work on other interactive media initiatives with Meredith operating units.

"Charley's newspaper background is ideally suited to the speed and impact of electronic journalism," said Leo. "He will lead our efforts to develop a major presence on the Internet." According to Leo, Family Money Daily, scheduled to debut by December 1, will focus on the business/financial news of the day and provide solid personal finance strategies to readers on a regular basis. The magazine's editorial content will complement it with a more in-depth and analytical approach.

Launched as a quarterly publication in August 1997, Family Money increased its frequency to bimonthly with its March/April 1999 issue. The magazine currently has a rate base of 500,000. Meredith Corporation is one of America's leading media and marketing companies. Meredith businesses center on magazine and book publishing, television broadcasting and integrated marketing.

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