Mark Frith named Now editor-in-chief

Mark Frith has been appointed editor-in-chief of Now magazine

Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian

Mark Frith, the man responsible for turning Heat into one of the most successful UK consumer magazines of the noughties, has been named editor-in-chief of celebrity and fashion weekly Now.

Frith, who has a string of editorships under his belt including Time Out London and Smash Hits, takes over from Sally Eyden.

“Mark has racked up a number of industry accolades and has proven his talent for launching new products and growing market share,” said Paul Cheal, director of innovation at Now’s parent company Time Inc UK. “Mark will play a pivotal role in our print and digital evolution.”

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