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From diving head-first into webinars to making up for suddenly irrelevant editorial calendars, leaders at five magazines tell us how they're making it work.
At least 40 total staffers were let go, sources said.
Top executives are also taking salary reductions amid interruptions to the publisher's advertising and events business.
"Going forward, the power of coupling a live event with a better built-out virtual experience is what we’re all about."
The cuts are concentrated in areas that will avoid "limiting our growth priorities," CEO Roger Lynch said.
How the quarterly lifestyle magazine managed to grow its Summer issue's ad revenue by 15%.
In a statement, editor-in-chief Doug McGray says management has "no objection" to the move.
"Several publishers have cancelled or delayed their print projects," the company said in a WARN Act notice filed in Virginia this week.
Praetorian CEO Alex Ford steps down after 21 years, Condé Nast names a new comm's chief, new design directors at The Atlantic and Variety, and more.