Adweek editor in chief Paterik departing

Stephanie Paterik

Stephanie Paterik, editor-in-chief and vice-president of Adweek, is leaving after more than seven years of publication.

“The last 7 years have changed, for me and for the magazine,” Paterik said on Twitter. “I’m very excited about what’s coming.”

Previously he was director editor at Adweek.

He was a senior digital editor, leading design and graphic design teams and Adweek‘s cultural approach. He also became an online editor, as well as a business journalist at Arizona Republic in Phoenix.

Paterik holds a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and a masters degree from The New School.

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