The game of musical word processors is being played with some high-profile showbiz reporting jobs.
Entertainment Weekly’s L.A. bureau chief Cable Neuhaus is moving to Gotham, where he’ll have the title of general editor and will oversee EW’s editorial coverage of the Internet. Neuhaus will be replaced by EW’s assistant managing editor Mary Kaye Schilling, who’s relocating from NYC.
N.Y.-based EW senior editor Jess Cagle, who was in line for the job Corie Brown ankled at Newsweek, is instead going to Time Magazine’s L.A. bureau as senior editor for film coverage. Doug Brod, EW’s senior editor for movie reviews, will be taking Cagle’s position as senior editor for movie features.
The Newsweek position for entertainment industry coverage that Brown vacated (she recently joined the L.A. Times’ Business section) is still open. Mark Miller, the news mag’s West Coast editor and chief of correspondents, will eventually move to New York, where he’ll focus on managing reporting operations.