…and digital will be the focus of investment.
Teen Vogue magazine, which will publish nine editions this year, is shifting next year to a quarterly format, publisher Condé Nast announced Monday morning.
“The new frequency is designed to capture key audience moments relevant to young readers’ lives,” the company said in a press release. The first quarterly issue, slated to hit shelves next spring, will focus on “young love.”
On the business side, Amy Oelkers has been promoted from Teen Vogue’s executive head of digital sales to head of revenue. She assumes duties that had been handled since 2015 by Susan Plagemann, Vogue’s chief revenue officer and publisher, who continues with oversight of the Vogue mothership.