More Details on the Conde Nast Traveler Layoffs
The Capital story states that Conde Nast heavy Anna Wintour wants to make the magazine “softer.” Not sure how a magazine devoted to luxury travel can get much softer, but this should be fun to watch.
Excerpt from Capital New York
Fourteen Condé Nast Traveler employees were laid off yesterday, bringing the total number of staffers cut under new editor-in-chief Pilar Guzman to 17, a source familiar with the matter total Capital.
Three of the latest layoffs were first reported early this morning by the New York Post‘s Keith Kelly, who noted that executive editor Kevin Doyle and senior editors Alison Humes and Dinda Elliott were among the unlucky ones.
Capital has learned they also include features editor Peter Stevenson, the entire graphics department, three members of the photo department and two assistant editors.