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Panpa Bulletin : September 2006
September 2006 PANPA BULLETIN | 45 PEOPLE Fairfax General Magazines publisher Lisa Hudson has announced the appoint- ment of Amanda Woodard as deputy editor of Sunday Life magazine. Amanda Woodard left her role as production editor and writer at The Guardian newspaper in London to join the Sunday Life magazine team in Sydney. Hudson said, "Amanda brings a wealth of experience to Fairfax. She has 20 years of journalism ex- perience under her belt including stints at The Guardian and The Independent newspapers in the UK. She will be a great asset and will contribute to Sunday Life's continued success." Woodard was selected to join The Sydney Morning Herald in 2005 as part of an exchange pro- gram with The Guardian. During this period she worked as a writer across all sections of the paper and edited the popular Good Living and Spectrum sections. On her appointment, Woodard said, "I am delighted to be join- ing Fairfax and to being part of its future growth. Sunday Life maga- zine is a great title and I look for- ward to being part of a talented editorial team." Woodard reports to Sunday Life editor Alison Boleyn, who was promoted from deputy editor to editor when Kirsten Galliott moved across to edit the(sydney)magazine in March. Sunday Life magazine has a readership of 1.4 million (RMR June 2006) . Sunday Life appoints new deputy editor Bill Allan, features editor and former long-serving sports editor at Australian Associated Press (AAP), died last Friday (August 18) aged 64. Allan was taken ill on Monday and died in hospital a few hours before he was due to have heart bypass surgery. English-born Allan began his news career in Australia at the Sydney Daily Telegraph in January 1967. He worked briefly at The Australian before joining Newsday in Melbourne in 1969. When the newspaper folded in May 1970 he returned to Sydney and joined AAP, the national wire agency, where he worked for the remainder of his career. Bill Allan oversaw AAP's sports coverage for nearly 30 years before his appointment as features editor in 1999. He reported Australia's first World Cup finals soccer cam- paign in Germany in 1974 and co-ordinated coverage of num- erous major events. With his trademark instruc- tion of "Get plenty of quotes, son", and an unflagging work ethic, Mr Allan helped shape the early careers of many of Australia's finest sportswriters. He is survived by his wife Judith and children Philippa, Vincent and Sonia. Sudden death of APP s sports editor Dan Korsgaard has been ap- pointed the new CEO of CCI Europe. After 12 years at the helm of CCI Europe, Carsten J. Christensen informed the Board of Stibo that the time had come to appoint his successor. Korsgaard has forged a very im- pressive career within the software and IT industry with seven years experience in the PA Consulting Group and two years in Mærsk Data. For the past seven years, he has been CEO of Stibo Catalog, another business unit within the Stibo Group. During his tenure, Stibo Catalog has experienced a significant growth within its key markets and a sharpened pro- fessionalism across the board, making Stibo Catalog the undis- puted market leader within con- tent management solutions and multi-channel publishing. Christensen will continue his 21 year career at CCI Europe in the role of Vice President of CCI Legal. Amanda Woodard Cumberland Newspapers editor in chief Bob Osburn has announced the appointment of Kathy Lipari as editor of The Manly Daily. "Kathy has worked at the heart of news gathering and news-breaking journalism for the past 13 years at The Daily Telegraph. Her outstanding career at The Telegraph has included stints as chief of staff and as chief of the paper's state political bureau at NSW State Parliament. "For the past year, Kathy has been news editor of The Telegraph, a period in which the paper has posted circulation and readership gains on the back of a string of major scoops and editorial campaigns. "Kathy's news instincts and her affinity for strong edito- rial campaigns on important community issues will be ide- ally suited to The Manly Daily, Australia's only daily commu- nity newspaper. "Her strong reporting and leadership skills have been a major contributor to the suc- cess of The Daily Telegraph in recent years. "I am delighted that Kathy has accepted the editorship and that she will build on the strong achievements by the edito- rial team at Manly over recent years," Osburn said. Lipari appointed Manly Daily editor New CEO for CCI Europe "I am delighted to be joining Fairfax and to being part of its future growth. Sunday Life magazine is a great title and I look forward to being part of a talented editorial team."
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