Advertising Age Loses Top Editor
Kenneth Wheaton, editor of Advertising Age, is leaving the publication at the end of the year to focus on fictional writing. No replacement has been named yet; executive editor Nat Ives and deputy editor Judann Pollack will oversee editorial operations in the meantime. Wheaton took the top editorial position of the magazine in July 2015, and previously served as features editor and managing editor for the publication. He joined Ad Age in 2000 as copy editor. Follow Advertising Age on Twitter.
Just to be clear, this had nothing to do with that tweet last week! https://t.co/SplrROk1cW
— Ken Wheaton (@kenwheaton) December 5, 2016
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