Monday, June 26, 2017

Food & Wine gets new editor and new southern headquarters

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The center of Food & Wine magazine's focus is shifting, big time. The Time Inc. publication has announced a new editor barely a year after hiring one, and it is moving much of its  operations south -- waaay down south.

Food & Wine is moving to Birmingham, AL, to join several other Time Inc. publications such as Cooking Light and Southern Living. And, speaking of Cooking Light, its editor, Hunter Lewis, will become Food & Wine’s editor in chief, replacing Nilou Motamed who is leaving the post and the company. Motamed had taken over from Dana Cowin, who had edited the magazine for more than 20 years.

Food & Wine will be resident in a multimillion-dollar complex that houses 28 test kitchens and 13 photography bays and video studios. It was built in 2015. Food & Wine's test kitchen and photo studios in lower Manhattan will remain there, as will its digital team.
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