Media Bulletin

Editor leaves Max Power

By Staff

20th November 2007

Category: Consumer

Max Power editor, Simon Penson, has left.

Penson left the Emap Automotive monthly to join Today’s Golfer, also an Emap publication.

Rich Beach, who has been acting editor for the last four months, will remain in this position until a replacement is found, expected within the next month.

Max Power is a “high powered cocktail of cool cars, sexy girls and irreverent humour for young men”.

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