Conde Nast Online is losing its editor Dan Conaghan to Hollinger, the
parent company of the Telegraph Group and of the Chicago Sun-Times. He
becomes a UK vice president of Hollinger Digital, the company’s new-media
arm. He will have a remit to establish a British presence for Hollinger
Digital, developing new business, looking at new and existing web brands
and investigating new-media markets.
Conaghan has worked for Conde Nast for 18 months, overseeing the company’s
umbrella web site, which contains content from titles including Vogue,
Tatler, Conde Nast Traveller, GQ and World of Interiors. He has also been
in charge of Conde Nast’s online contract publishing activities, which
include providing content for the Burton Group web site. He joins
Hollinger in mid-December.