Source Interlink Media has promoted Chris Argentieri to president, replacing interim president Jim Gillis, who is returning to his role as COO of Source Interlink Companies Inc. Until now, Argentieri served as Source Interlink Media COO.
Catherine Sharick was promoted from executive producer to executive director of Time.com. Sharick started at Time.com in 2003 as a producer.
Interiors magazine named Michael Wollaeger editorial director. Previously, Wollaeger served as editor-in-chief of Western Interiors and as executive editor of Architectural Digest.
Former OK! magazine associate publisher Mary Beth Wright was named vice president and publisher of American Media Inc.’s National Enquirer. Prior to OK!, Wright held associate publisher and publisher positions at Disney’s FamilyFun magazine.
Shax Riegler was named features editor at Hearst’s House Beautiful. Riegler most recently served as a freelance writer, having contributed to the magazine since 2007.
Continuing its recent hiring tear, the National Journal Group appointed Terence Samuel managing editor, in charge of Congressional coverage. A book author, Samuel formerly served as national correspondent and New York bureau chief at the Philadelphia Inquirer and as Washington Correspondent at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Hearst Magazines Digital Media named Corynne Steindler editorial director of a new online project called TheSurvivorsClub.org. Previously, Steindler served as senior editor at Bonnie Fuller’s HollywoodLife.com.
Ken Engelman was named sales director and associate publisher at motorcycle touring and travel title RoadRunner magazine. Previously, Engelman served as national account manager at Soundings Publications’ Woodshop News.
Scott Havens, vice president of digital strategy and operations for The Atlantic, will now extend his responsibilities across all three divisions (The Atlantic, National Journal Group and Government Executive) of Atlantic Media Company.