St. Joseph Media restructures
St. Joseph Media of Toronto has undertaken a restructuring initiative intended to more closely integrate its print, digital, video, event and social media activities. Duncan Clark has been promoted to the position of vice-president of strategic development. He joined the company as digital vice-president in January. Prior to that, he was vice-president of strategic initiatives at Postmedia.
Jacqueline Loch has joined the company as vice-president of content solutions. She was most recently vice-president and group publisher for English brands at Groupe TVA.
Douglas Kelly has been promoted to senior vice-president of the company's strategic content labs. He joined St. Joseph in 2014 as managing director of this division. Prior to that, he was the publisher of the National Post.
Under the new organizational sturcture, Fashion Magazine, Men's Fashion, Weddingbells, Mariage Québec, Glow, Pure and Canadian Family will be under the purview of Lilia Lozinski, senior vice-president and group publisher for women's brands. Toronto Life and Torontoist.com will be under the purview of Ken Hunt, publisher of Toronto Life. The company's print and digital production division will report to Darlene Storey, vice-president of production and consumer marketing.
Debra Rother, associate publisher for advertising in the women's group, and Lindsay Wells, associate publisher of Toronto Life, will depart the company.
"St. Joseph Media has been fortunate to attract an outstanding team of senior media and marketing professionals," said Douglas Knight, president of St. Joseph Media. "They bring years of experience developing community engagement through compelling storytelling and a deep understanding of each platform in the evolving media ecosystem. Today's restructuring is designed to support the unprecedented growth being driven by our unique approach to effective content solutions."