Jane Bruton announced as the new Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping UK

Multi-award-winning editor Jane Bruton has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of Britain’s biggest women’s lifestyle brand, Good Housekeeping.

According to Hearst UK, Bruton – who has over 25 years of consumer publishing experience, including seven years as Deputy Editor of The Daily Telegraph and 10 years as Editor-in-Chief of Grazia – will join Good Housekeeping on 23 September.

The pioneering editor has been the recipient of over 30 major editorial and publishing awards, including the Mark Boxer Award for outstanding contribution to publishing, BSME’s Editor’s Editor and the International Editor of the Year (FMA). She has also held senior positions at Tortoise Media and Livingetc.

Hearst UK said Bruton will be responsible for leading Good Housekeeping’s editorial output across print, digital and live, delivering a “bold, new creative vision focused on modernity and relevance that will delight Good Housekeeping’s growing, intergenerational audience”.

 “Good Housekeeping is a powerhouse brand that has consistently served women in the midst of everything that matters for over 100 years. Jane’s track record of lifestyle editorial innovation is second to none, making her the perfect choice to lead GH’s next chapter,” Liz Moseley, MD Good Housekeeping, said. 

“She’s an ideas machine, with a deep understanding of magazine craft and a rare knack for delivering relevant, super-useful content across platforms with warmth, wit and humanity.”

Bruton said:“Good Housekeeping is synonymous with integrity and trust, shared up and down generations by millions of exceptional women every month. As a long-time admirer of the brand, I am excited and deeply honoured to be joining at such a pivotal time, and look forward to working with the team – and the GH readers – to take Britain’s most successful, most loved lifestyle brand into its second century.”

“I can’t wait to see what these brilliant women in Liz and Jane cook up on the most iconic women’s lifestyle brand in Britain today,” Katie Vanneck-Smith, CEO of Hearst UK, added. “Exciting times ahead.”


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