Canadian Magazine Industry News
29 September 2015,     TORONTO, ON
My Passion Media appoints new editorial director
 
My Passion Media Inc., a niche (passion-based) publishing company with nine magazines, 13 online publications and five YouTube channels, has appointed Terrilyn Kunopaski as its editorial director in its  travel & leisure department. Kunopaski will take on the new role on Oct. 5.

Prior to this position, Kunopaski was the editorial director and business manager at Logimonde Media, where she tackled Toronto's travel industry.
 
“My Passion Media is a storied brand with an intensely loyal audience,” Kunopaski said.  “I am eager to push into new categories, and experiment with new approaches that will enhance and broaden our reach and deepen our relationship with readers and advertisers. I firmly believe we have continued growth ahead and I am excited to get started.”
 
Kunopaski will join a team led by associate group publisher, Jennifer Prendergast. Prendergast has been credited with the development and implementation of the company’s disruptive media strategies in the marketplace.

"I cannot think of a better way to show our dedication to the Toronto and New York markets than by adding a new entrepreneurial, future-focused leader like Terrilyn Kunopaski,” My Passion Media president and group publisher Brad Liski said. “Terrilyn is a highly respected journalist, editor and passionate leader with deep experience.  She will join with our Toronto-based team to build on the incredible success we have seen over the past five years."

Titles published by My Passion Media Inc., include but are not limited to: Canadian Traveller, CT Magazines, British Columbia Magazine, Explore and Pacific Yachting. The company has headquarters in Vancouver and approximately 27 employees. 
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