Marshall succeeds Hatfield as editor in Campaign reshuffle

Stefano Hatfield, the editor of Campaign since February 1996, is to step up to the new role of editor-in-chief. He will be succeeded by Caroline Marshall, the deputy editor.

Stefano Hatfield, the editor of Campaign since February 1996, is to

step up to the new role of editor-in-chief. He will be succeeded by

Caroline Marshall, the deputy editor.



Marshall becomes editor with immediate effect. Claire Beale, Campaign’s

media editor since 1994, is promoted to deputy editor.



Marshall joined Campaign in 1994 as features editor and was made deputy

editor in 1996. She said: ’If advertising is the most fun you can have

while keeping your clothes on, then editing Campaign has to come a close

second.’



She added: ’Stefano hands over a magazine that has never been stronger

editorially, nor had a more talented team. I’m looking forward to taking

Campaign even further into the digital future.’



Hatfield will continue to write a weekly column for Campaign and be

involved with its development and that of its various sister

publications - CampaignLive, Campaign Media Business and Campaign

Screen. He will also oversee the magazine’s development overseas. He

said: ’It’s time to get on with the long overdue job of developing a

very strong brand.’



Dominic Mills continues as editorial director of Haymarket Business

Publications, including Campaign. Jane Macken, the sales director of

Campaign, is promoted to publishing director.



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