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Hachette Halts Premiere as a Print Magazine

By Indiewire | Indiewire March 6, 2007 at 1:21AM

Hachette Filipacchi Media announced today that it is shutting down the print operations at movie magazine Premiere, in the U.S. According to a Reuters report, the publication will shift to an online-only outlet. Reuters indicated that Editor-in-Chief Peter Herbst will leave Hachette, while Entertainment Group Vice President and Publisher Paul Turcotte will remain in a new role. A total of 25 positions will be cut, according to the story. Blogger Jeff Wells offers additional insights and details over at Hollywood Elsewhere.
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Hachette Filipacchi Media announced today that it is shutting down the print operations at movie magazine Premiere, in the U.S. According to a Reuters report, the publication will shift to an online-only outlet. Reuters indicated that Editor-in-Chief Peter Herbst will leave Hachette, while Entertainment Group Vice President and Publisher Paul Turcotte will remain in a new role. A total of 25 positions will be cut, according to the story. Blogger Jeff Wells offers additional insights and details over at Hollywood Elsewhere.





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