Mary Margaret Out at EW, Patrick Gomez In


A year immediately after getting Entertainment Weekly’s first feminine editor-in-chief, Mary Margaret is stepping down from the role. She’ll be replaced by EW executive editor Patrick Gomez, who has been named to the position of General Supervisor, a representative for EW’s dad or mum organization, Dotdash Meredith, verified to TheWrap.

“Gomez succeeds Mary Margaret, who has produced the choice to action absent from EW to relocate to Austin, Texas with her family members. She will keep on being in her role until June 1,” the spokesperson reported.

Gomez has been in cost of Tv set and music coverage for the previous year. He beforehand labored for 10 several years at EW’s sister publication, Folks, and served as editor-in-chief of The AV Club.

Right after 32 yrs, EW transitioned to electronic-only previous month, alongside with five other Dotdash Meredith houses, including InStyle.

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“Patrick is totally the suitable individual at the appropriate time to guide 1 of our most iconic leisure manufacturers,” reported Leah Wyar, president of Dotdash Meredith’s enjoyment group. “His solid electronic know-how, deep understanding of enjoyment and superstar information, and pop lifestyle prowess make him the fantastic man or woman to lead this up coming chapter of electronic progress.” 

Before EW, Margaret was senior director of product marketing and advertising at HubSpot, oversaw merchandise material approach teams for Facebook and served as Roku’s 1st editorial director. She began her journalism career at Newsweek’s London bureau and went on to hold senior roles at Persons and Parade.

“I want to thank Mary Margret for major through a pivotal time in the brand’s history and bringing more than a ten years of enjoyment-insider skills, business acumen, and multimedia expertise to go on EW’s legacy as the primary authority in enjoyment,” extra Wyar.

Margaret crammed the void still left by previous EIC J.D. Heyman, who exited in November 2020 subsequent experiences of a hostile office.

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EW’s previous mum or dad organization, Meredith, was acquired last past 12 months by electronic publisher Dotdash. The former, which was alone acquired in 2012 by IAC, Barry Diller’s keeping business. EW began as a Time Inc. publication in 1990. Meredith purchased out Time Inc. in 2018.


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