Another Editor Out, Uncertainty Continues at Ebony


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Richard Prince reports in Journal-isms that Tracey M. Ferguson, who in February was named editor-in-chief of a revived Jet magazine, then in May was also given the editorship of Ebony, has left the company.

Michael Gibson, co-founder and co-chairman of CVG Group LLC, which purchased Ebony and Jet in June 2016, confirmed by email Thursday that no print copies are available of the new issue of Ebony, which features on its cover the actor Chadwick Boseman, star of the new film “Marshall.”

“We have done some reorganization. Still have more items to close before we are ready with a full press release. It will probably take a few more weeks,” Gibson said told Journal-isms. Read the full story here.

 

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