Hugo Lindgren Out as New York Times Magazine Editor (Report)
His three years at the helm of the newspaper's weekly glossy supplement end this December, according to Capital New York.
Hugo Lindgren is out as editor of The New York Times Magazine, Capital New York reports.
There's no word yet on who will succeed him.
Lindgren, a former deputy of Adam Moss at New York magazine, shook up the Times' publication with several personnel changes, jettisoning longtime Ethicist Randy Cohen in favor of Ariel Kaminer, then Chuck Klosterman. Capital New York, which has bulked up its media reporting team following its acquisition by Politico publisher Robert Albritton, says rumors of Lindgren's departure increased in recent months.
In January, the NYT Magazine's article detailed behind-the-scenes drama with Lindsay Lohan on the set of Paul Schrader's microbudget movie The Canyons.
The Times' Sunday edition had 2.39 million readers in October, up from 2.1 million in 2012.
A spokesperson for the Times could not be reached for comment.
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