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Panpa Bulletin : May 2006
Flanders to adelaide ANNA Flanders has taken over the role of edi- tor at The Adelaide* Magazine. She comes to the role having been deputy editor of Home Beautiful Magazine, and Vogue Entertainng + Travel and Australian Interiors. Managing Director of Advertiser News- papers Pty Limited, Michael Miller, Flan- ders brought an outsider's perspective to The Adelaide Magazine. "Her extensive ex- perience of magazine editing and quality publishing will bring a new dimension to The Adelaide Magazine." She will work closely with the Publisher of Advertiser Enterprises, Liz McGrice. Ad- vertiser Enterprises will increase its range of magazines, books and other publications during 2006. Miller said Flanders would take up her new role from June 5 2006. Davis at Herald THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD has announced the appointment of Kylie Davis in the role of Assistant Editor, News. Kylie was the founder and publisher of Village Voice newspapers for 10 years and was most recently Editor in Chief responsible for the edi- torial team on seven papers at FPC Courier, including Wentworth Courier, Southern Courier, Inner Western Courier and Sydney Central. She began her career at The Australian newspaper, working in their Melbourne and Can- berra offices before moving to Sydney. Chief reporter Fife-yeomans JANET FIFE-YEOMANS is The Daily Telegraph's latest chief reporter. She comes to the role having been News Limited's corporate affairs manager for three years and was formerly deputy editor (business development) with The Australian. The editor of The Daily Telegraph, David Penberthy, said Fife-Yeomans was a tremendous reporter who would bring great knowledge and experience to The Daily Telegraph. "Janet has a well-deserved reputation as a tenacious reporter of hard news. She has won acclaim for her coverage of courts and crime and she is a great investigative journalist. As chief reporter, she will add greatly to an editorial team which has already established The Daily Telegraph as the paper which sets agendas and breaks stories which really matter to people's lives," said Penberthy. May 2006 PaNPa bULLETIN | 59 PEOPLE RSVP appoints new marketing manager RSVP, a division of Fairfax Digital to- day announced the appointment of Lija Jarvis as marketing manager. She takes over from Carole Bradicich, who had filled the role on a consultancy basis since October 2005. Launched on St. Valentine's Day 1997, RSVP provides a fun, mod- ern, safe and personal way for sin- gles to meet. RSVP has grown from strength to strength and is now the largest singles site in Australia, serving the needs of over 747,291 members. RSVP is committed to helping individuals meet others for friendship and as potential compatible partners, and is proud of the part it has played in many stories of romance. To date, the site has been instrumental in 928 weddings and nearly 150 babies. RSVP was acquired by Fairfax Dig- ital in July 2005 "Lija's marketing communica- tion expertise will help RSVP continue its brand and busi- ness momentum as Australia's number one online dating serv- ice," said Kevin Stokes, general manager RSVP. "Lija will focus largely on reaching and bringing into the RSVP network more than one million singles who are yet to embrace online dating as a way to form relationships." Jarvis recognises the impor- tance and relishes the challenge of leading communication for RSVP. On her appointment, Jarvis said, "This is a challenging and exciting role. I am looking for- ward to showing more people that internet dating can be fun, safe, effective, and an increas- ingly acceptable way to find new friendships and long-term relationships." Prior to her appointment as RSVP marketing manager, Lija led communication programs embracing advertising, mar- keting and public relations for companies including the Aus- tralian Jockey Club, Canon Aus- tralia and Adshel. Jarvis has also run her own retail business for the past five years. NEWS.com.au appoints interactive editor NEWS.com.au editor, Mr Hugh Martin, today announced the appointment of Mr Gary Hughes to the newly-created position of interactive editor with the network. Mr Hughes will oversee the development of content ide- as and the planning and implementation of event based and issue based blogs, helping build interactivity across news.com.au. A three time Walkley winner and the recipient of numer- ous other journalism awards, Mr Hughes's strong journal- istic background will be an asset to news.com.au, said Mr Martin "We are always looking for ways to improve our offering to readers. Mr Hughes's new role and extensive experience in news journalism will ensure news.com.au continues to be one of the leaders in online news in Australia," said Mr Martin. "He will be working closely with the news team to pro- vide increasing interactivity and community for Australian news consumers." Mr Hughes was previously at The Age for 12 years as a re- porter, online news editor and head of their investigations unit. He has also been news editor for The Sunday Age and a senior writer at The Australian. Mr Hughes said he looked forward to his new online role. "Online publishing is growing at an increasing pace and News Interactive is at the forefront. Making the tran- sition from print into online, while applying my news background, will be a new and rewarding experience. I'm excited about working closely with the news.com.au team as we expand Australia's most innovative and creative site," he said. As news.com.au continues to upgrade content and serv- ices for consumers and advertisers, the network has also appointed Eirik Wallem Fossam as multimedia journalist to produce Flash based multimedia material and Charles Brewer in an editorial innovations role to develop and im- plement creative ways of presenting stories.