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Editor to leave Reader’s Digest

By Staff

24th February 2009

Category: Consumer

The Reader’s Digest editor-in-chief, Sarah Sands, is set to join the Evening Standard.

Sands is expected to take on a deputy editor position in August, working alongside the current deputy editor Andrew Bordiss.

Since joining Reader’s Digest in March 2008, Sands has overseen its first relaunch in 20 years and a move to greater emphasis placed on editorial content.

This latest announcement of editorial changes at the monthly magazine follows the departure of publisher Victoria Scott in September of last year.

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