Media Bulletin

Editorial changes at The Hub

By Staff

12th July 2011

Category: Consumer

There have been a number of changes at The Hub Magazine:

The online edition, www.thehub-magazine.com, will be re-launching on 18 July, and will be looked after by editor-in-chief Tolu Adeko. The content will be similar to that of the print version.

Maria Zazovsky has been appointed online assistant and will be helping out with online interviews and stories. Zazovsky has contributed to The Financial Times, Ponytail Magazine, NME, and The Wire.

Ben Lee has been promoted to photography director, whilst Tiina Erameri has been appointed to Lee’s previous role as picture editor and will be responsible for all product and interiors photography. Erameri previously worked with Mario Testino and as in-house photographer at Cond√© Nast Publications.

Valerie Tesler has joined The Hub as travel and leisure editor. She was previously a freelance journalist and has contributed to various publications including the Daily Mail, Perfect Christmas magazine, and a coffee table book on Romance for the luxury Raffles Hotel group.

Aly Hazlewood has been appointed beauty editor, but will also continue freelancing as a hair and make-up artist.

The Hub has appointed Hardeep Gill as an assistant to editor-in-chief Tolu Adeko.

Genevieve Knevitt has returned from annual leave and will resume her role as film and music editor.

Contributing design editor Jane Arte and contributing fashion features editor Janneke de Jong have now left the magazine.
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