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Entertainment Weekly will be weekly no more starting in August. Meredith Corporation, the company behind magazine brands such as People, Entertainment Weekly and People en Español, has announced EW will become a monthly publication later this year. The magazine has been a weekly publication since its debut in February 1990. People magazine deputy editor JD Heyman will be the new editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine. Heyman is taking over the job from Henry Goldblatt.
“Entertainment Weekly remains one of the most trusted brands in the entertainment industry, and we plan to deepen our connection with our loyal fans,” said Meredith Entertainment Group president Bruce Gersh in a statement. “With the vision and experience to produce premium entertainment content, JD Heyman is the perfect choice as we reimagine the EW brand for accelerated growth and success.”
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Added Heyman, “Entertainment Weekly is the holy grail for entertainment enthusiasts. With the transition to a new monthly frequency, readers can expect more...
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