Warren Shoulberg joins Sandow Media
September 27, 2010-- Casual Living,
Sandow Media has announced that Warren Shoulberg is joining the company as publisher and editorial director for Home Textiles Today and editorial director for Gifts & Decorative Accessories magazines, effective today.
Sandow, publisher of Luxe, NewBeauty, Worth and other media properties, purchased Home Textiles Today and Gifts & Decorative Accessories as well as Interior Design, Casual Living and Furniture/Today from Reed Business
information earlier this year.
At Home Textiles Today, Shoulberg succeeds Joe Carena who is retiring as publisher after 14 years with the title. The editorial director positions are new and Jennifer Marks and Caroline Kennedy continue as editors of HTT and
Shoulberg was most recently editor-in-chief and associate publisher of Home Furnishings News, and previously spent 11 years as editor of HTT through 2000.
"Bringing Warren on board is a tremendous addition to both publications," said Kevin Castellani, vice president and publishing director for the Furniture/Today group who made the announcement. "His knowledge and experience throughout the entire home furnishings industry is unparalleled and we look forward to his contributions at Sandow.
"We also wish Joe well as he starts a new chapter in his life," Castellani added. "He did a great job in guiding Home Textiles Today through a turbulent decade in the textiles industry and the success of the magazine is a
testament to Joe's hard work and leadership."
Adam Sandow, president of Sandow Media, said the changes reflect his commitment to these new acquisitions. "We believe strongly in these business publications and bringing on Warren shows we are willing to invest in these properties," he said.
Additionally, Jeff Reeves is taking on the role of associate publisher of Home Textiles Today. After three years with HTT, Reeves has proven himself as an integral part of the publication and will help HTT show continued growth as he has this past year.
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