Canadian Magazine Industry News
29 January 2014,     TORONTO
People in Publishing: Flare, Sportsnet, BC Business
Cameron Williamson
Cameron Williamson
Cameron Williamson is the new editor-of-chief of Flare, replacing Miranda Purves who leaves her post and relocates from Toronto to New York.

He moves over from Globe Style Advisor where he worked as project editor. The appointment marks a return to Rogers Media for Williamson, who was editor-in-chief of Glow from 2009 to 2011. He previously worked at titles including Saturday Night, Toro, and The National Post.

John Intini was named editor-in-chief of Sportsnet magazine. He joined the magazine in 2011 as deputy editor and served as interim editor-in-chief after Steve Maich was promoted in November to lead the Rogers Publishing division. Before joining Sportsnet, Intini worked at Maclean's in various editorial positions over 11 years.

Joseph Barbieri
Joseph Barbieri
Joseph Barbieri joins creative agency Sid Lee as managing director of content and media partnerships. In the newly created role, Barbieri will steer Sid Lee's recently launched content division. His experience includes roles at Totem, TC Media and Torstar Corporation. He was the founder of Bespoke marketing consultancy and the publisher of Eyetalian Magazine

Matt O'Grady* is rejoining the BCBusiness team as editor after a three-year absence. O'Grady previously served as editor-in-chief before decamping in 2011. He worked at The Globe and Mail's business mag Report on Business as editor-at-large, had a stint at Canadian Business as executive editor, and most recently was B.C. bureau chief at The Globe and Mail.

*[This post previously contained incorrect information and has been updated.]
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