Media Bulletin

TeamRock appoints key senior editorial team

By Staff

27th March 2014

Category: Consumer

TeamRock has created a senior editorial team to work on its magazine portfolio and develop its brands digitally. 

Classic Rock editor-in-chief Scott Rowley becomes TeamRock editorial director, leading digital development of the magazine brands. 

TeamRock editor-in-chief will be Alexander Milas, who will continue as presenter of the Metal Hammer Show and as editor-in-chief of Metal Hammer magazine. 

Currently Classic Rock's art director, Brad Merrett, joins TeamRock as creative director, and will support Rowley with creative contributions. 

Alex Burrows officially takes on the role of editorial operations manager of TeamRock, responsibilties for which he has already been performing for the last few months. He will work to maintain magazine production. 

The senior editorial team will report to TeamRock managing director Chris Ingham

There are also a number of promotions and appointments on TeamRock's magazine portfolio in result of these changes – click here for more details

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