Future appoints new editors in digital arena

Future has appointed Paul Newman as senior editor for Computer Arts,
where he will also have responsibility for the design portfolio.

Newman joins Future from Highbury House, where he was the managing editor responsible for launching iCreate.

He has five years editing experience in the creative market and has launched three successful magazines.

He
said: “Computer Arts is a cutting-edge magazine and this is an exciting
move for me. I’m looking forward to helping Future maintain the title’s
position as the world’s bestselling creative magazine and to growing
the Computer Arts brand through innovation and good, old-fashioned hard
work.”

Kelley Corten, publisher of Computer Arts, said: “I am
delighted that Paul has joined the team on Computer Arts. He brings a
wealth of journalistic experience to Future and his appointment will
strengthen a very successful magazine and editorial team.”


Future has also announced the appointment of Mark Sparrow as the new
editor of its monthly camera buyer’s guide, Digital Camera Shopper.

Sparrow
joins the magazine from MacFormat, where he spent five years as
technical editor. He has been a keen photographer since childhood.

Sparrow
said: “I’m delighted to be working on such a great magazine that shares
my passion for photography. A unique CD we are launching with the title
will ensure that Digital Camera Shopper is the definitive camerabuying
guide.”

Lynda Burgess, publisher of Digital Camera Shopper,
added: “I’m delighted that Mark has joined the team. His enthusiasm,
experience and knowledge of photography will ensure that the magazine
continues to go from strength to strength.”

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