Cond Nast is abandoning its longstanding strategy of separating digital properties and rolling them all into one division. Sarah Chubb, president of the now disbanded CondNet, will retain her title as head of the new division, Conde Nast Digital. A rep told paidContent that no jobs would be lost as a result of these changes.
A little over two years ago, Cond Nast took away operations and maintenance of its individual magazine websites from . Since then, sites tied to mags like Glamour, Jane, Vanity Fair and Portfolio were run separately from CondNet, though the latter did oversee Wired Digital along with portals like Concierge.com and Epicurious.com. The two sides often shared online ad sales functions. More to come
By David Kaplan