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Henry Goldblatt is Editor in Chief of Time Inc.’s Entertainment Weekly, America’s leading consumer brand for entertainment and popular culture. Goldblatt was named Editor in 2015, and his appointment marks a return to EW after having worked there from 2002 until 2014 where most recently he served as the brand’s deputy managing editor and director of brand development. As Editor in Chief, Goldblatt is responsible for editorial oversight of EW’s print and digital content.
In 2014, Goldblatt left EW after being named Deputy Editor (Brand Director) of PEOPLE. While at PEOPLE, Goldblatt provided editorial oversight to all brand extensions, ran the magazine’s front-of-book sections, and managed staffing, budgets, and publishing/editorial collaborations.
A 20-year veteran of Time Inc., Henry Goldblatt began his career as a reporter at Fortune where he wrote about the media business and ran the magazine’s news coverage. In 2002 he moved to EW and was instrumental in integrating the brand’s print and digital editorial operations. He played a key role in launching EW’s Must List app, its tablet edition, and the EW Radio channel on SiriusXM. He also worked closely with the advertising and marketing teams to bring business and editorial priorities into alignment. Additionally, Goldblatt created and wrote EW’s popular and witty infographic, The Bullseye.
Goldblatt earned a B.A. from the University of Michigan and a Master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University. Goldblatt was named one of Columbia Journalism Review’s “Ten Young Editors to Watch” and won a New England Press Association award for articles on AIDS awareness. He currently resides in New York City.
Ellie Duque was named Publisher of Entertainment Weekly in May 2015. As Brand Sales Director, Duque oversees advertising sales, marketing, business development, promotion, and circulation on all platforms for the brand’s weekly magazine and digital offerings. Duque has a stellar reputation in the entertainment media industry, and brings solid relationships, keen instincts and business acumen, strategic thinking, and passion to her role. As the first-ever EW Publisher to be based in Los Angeles, Duque will further cement the brand’s relationships with key entertainment partners and elevate EW’s overall presence in the Hollywood community.
Duque previously served as Western Advertising Director of PEOPLE and EW, where she oversaw more than $80 million of revenue across print and digital. Duque built exclusive sales and consumer marketing partnerships across entertainment, automotive, travel and packaged goods categories. She led a team of twenty sales people and digital planners, and developed and executed the first print/digital integrated sales structure for PEOPLE. In addition, Duque was also responsible for selling high-level sponsorships for multi-platform programs such the FOX digital upfront and the Toyota Sponsored launch of PEOPLE.com’s daily live talk show, People NOW! in September 2014. Duque was instrumental in securing the pivotal deal to bring Toyota back as the sponsor for the series’ second season.
An eighteen year veteran of Time Inc., Duque began her career at Fortune where she served as Associate Manager, and was a member of the original launch team of FSB: Fortune Small Business. During her tenure, she worked primarily on technology and automotive accounts including Apple and Toyota/Lexus. Duque received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from California State University, Long Beach and resides in Woodland Hills, CA with her husband and two daughters.
Created 10/06/15. Effective: Issue #1397-8, Issue Date: 1/8–1/15/16, On Sale: 12/29/15
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