TI Media has announced a new senior editorial team and structure for its homes group to enhance its market-leading portfolio and bring together brands with shared audiences.
From left to right: Rhoda Parry, Vanessa Richmond and Sarah Spiteri
- Rhoda Parry is appointed editorial director of content across the TI Media homes portfolio
- Vanessa Richmond is appointed editorial director of Ideal Home, Style at Home and Country Homes & Interiors
- Sarah Spiteri is appointed editorial director of Homes & Gardens, Living etc and 25 Beautiful Homes.
Angie O’Farrell, TI Media group managing director, lifestyle and weeklies, says: “This move is about building on our market-leading position in the homes sector and delivering the greatest value and experience for our readers, advertisers and teams. The TI Media homes portfolio is all about powerhouse brands and this new structure will encourage collaboration across titles like never before. I’m delighted with our new senior editorial team. They have the perfect skills and experience to lead our next chapter.”
Rhoda Parry has worked on women’s lifestyle and home interest magazine brands all her working life - from Family Circle and Woman’s Weekly to Practical Parenting and 25 Beautiful Homes. She was responsible most recently for leading Country Homes & Interiors across print, social and experiential.
Vanessa Richmond started out her magazine career on House Beautiful and Red magazines before joining Ideal Home in 2006. Since then, she’s been the title’s chief sub-editor, associate editor and back-page columnist, before stepping up to be editor in 2015. A year later, she also became editor of Ideal Home’s stablemate, Style at Home.
Sarah Spiteri has extensive experience with interiors magazine brands, having worked on everything from directing style shoots to editing features content. She has been deputy editor of both Homes & Gardens and Livingetc.
Rhoda, Vanessa and Sarah take up their positions with immediate effect.
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