Up to 40 jobs to go at Hearst UK as it “streamlines” its lifestyle and homes titles.
The magazines giant has promoted two senior editors to become editorial directors across six titles.
Good Housekeeping, Prima and Red will join up as the lifestyle group and Country Living, ELLE Decoration and House Beautiful will become the homes group.
A spokesperson said: “We are proposing a number of changes to both our editorial and commercial teams to ensure that our brands are in the best shape possible for the future and to allow us to develop more content in key areas where we see an opportunity for growth.”
Last month Time Inc, which publishes many of the UK’s biggest magazine titles, revealed that it was putting 111 journalists at risk of redundancy.