Woman's Own editor resigns

Elsa McAlonan, editor of Woman’s Own, is leaving the magazine early next year.

McAlonan,
who will stay on until February 2007, said: ‘After five years as editor
I feel it is time for me personally to move on. I’ve really enjoyed
working with such a wonderful team, and it’s been a privilege to edit
such a famous brand.’

McAlonan has previously been associate
editor of the Daily Record and launch editor of the Scottish Daily
Mirror. She moved from Trinity Mirror to IPC in 1997 to become deputy
editor of Marie Claire, before becoming editor of Woman’s Journal in
April 1999. She was named editor of Woman’s Own in January 2002.

IPC said an announcement will be made about McAlonan’s successor would be made in due course.

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