Good Housekeeping poaches G+J editor for top job

- The National Magazine Company has appointed Lindsay Nicholson from Gruner & Jahr as the new editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping magazine.

- The National Magazine Company has appointed Lindsay Nicholson from Gruner & Jahr as the new editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping magazine.

Nicholson, who is currently editor-in-chief at Gruner & Jahr's Prima Group, replaces Pat Roberts Cairns, who announced her retirement from the Hearst-owned National Magazine Company last year.

Terry Mansfield, managing director at The National Magazine Company, said: "Throughout the many interviews for the new editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping, I kept two thoughts firmly in mind: find a person who has an ability to connect with the grown-up woman of today."

He added: "To keep a tried and tested magazine fresh, contemporary and topical and to maintain existing readers while attracting new ones takes a special talent."



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