Bauer To Shake Up Women’s Celebrity Entertainment Mags, With 11 Jobs At Risk

Bauer To Shake Up Women’s Celebrity Entertainment Mags, With 11 Jobs At Risk
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Embattled publisher Bauer Media has confirmed a restructure of its women’s celebrity entertainment category.

In a statement to B&T, Bauer said the new structure will see the publisher integrate editorial teams across Woman’s Day, NW and OK!. This includes news, features, entertainment writers, art, subs, pictures and lifestyle content.

“Within the restructure, most roles will remain as is or new roles will be created,” the statement said.

“There will be 11 roles impacted by the change, which Bauer will look to redeploy across the broader business.”

Bauer kicked off consultation with employees around the changes last week.

The move comes after rival publisher Pacific Magazines flagged redundancies for its editorial teams across New Idea and WHO earlier this month.

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