There have been some changes recently in Canada’s media biz, as journalists were promoted and took on new challenges (and some, of course, lost their jobs). The Globe and Mail beefed up its digital news team by adding a new position and re-hiring a former employee. Former Flare editor and well-known celebrity mag editor Bonnie Fuller took over as editor-in-chief and president of Los Angeles-based website Hollywood Life. On the corporate side of things, the Toronto Sun appointed a new publisher along with two other additions to the senior team. The CBC made some big changes, moving longtime correspondents around, including Keith Boag, Terry Milewksi and Susan Bonner. Soon after being promoted to vice-president at Rogers Publishing, Ken Whyte made some changes at Canadian Business and Maclean’s. And moving from indie to mainstream is Maisonneuve editor Derek Webster, who leaves the mag he founded to become managing editor at Reader’s Digest.
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