Teen Vogue Print Edition Is Latest Casualty in Conde Nast Reorganization
A hiring freeze and job cuts are also in the works.
Teen Vogue’s print edition is the latest casualty in publisher Conde Nast’s reorganization, reports WWD. In addition, the company will impose a hiring freeze, eliminate about 80 jobs, or approximately 2.5 percent of Conde Nast staff, and reduce department budgets. According to WWD, magazines and departments with the worst performance can expect to see cuts of up to 20 percent.
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