Canadian Magazine Industry News
28 July 2008,     TORONTO
Suzanne Dimma named editor of Canadian House & Home

She's also a TV host.
Canadian House & Home has named a replacement for outgoing editor Cobi Ladner: Suzanne Dimma will leave her post at St. Joseph Media, where she is currently home design director for Wish, Gardening Life and Canadian Family, to take up the position in October.

Dimma began her career in magazines with H&H in 1995 and eventually moved up to senior design editor. In 2000, she left the publication to work as an interior designer but returned two years later to serve as creative director responsible for the launch of H&H branded products at Eaton’s The Bay.

Dimma was for years a regular on House & Homes eponymous TV show before creating and hosting her own television series for HGTV, Style Department, now in its third season.

“Suzanne’s strong understanding of our brand, coupled with her passion for design and her experience as a journalist, interior designer and television host, are a great combination,” H&H Media president Lynda Reeves said in a release. “She will bring much to our team and we look forward to seeing the evolution of H&H magazine under her direction. I’m really looking forward to working with Suzanne again.”

Watch MastheadOnline for an interview with Dimma in the next few days.

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