Esquire editor resigns

The editor of Esquire has stepped down, as the Natmags men’s monthly slid to a new circulation low in the last ABCs.

A spokeswoman for the title said that Simon Tiffin had decided to resign after four years in charge.

Esquire’s
circulation figure was down to in the last ABCs to 52,437, a drop of
17.6 per cent year-on-year and the lowest figure in the last ten years.
Emap rival Arena experienced sales of 40,140, down 14 per cent while
Conde Nast’s GQ was up 1.4 per cent to 126,797.

Tiffin will continue to edit Esquire until October while Natmags is looking for a successor.

 

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