Sutton lays down pen at WHO

By Craig Daveson in Media News on
Shane Sutton has resigned his editorship at WHO Magazine as revealed by Mumbrella this week, citing an internal email by Pacific Magazines CEO Gereurd Roberts.
 
Roberts stated that Sutton left to work on other opportunities. WHO deputy editor Amy Reedy is now the publication’s officer-in-charge.  
 
“As an editor I am immensely proud of the exclusive stories we have told and the position WHO currently holds in this competitive market as the leader in the celebrity weekly category. I want to thank the entire dedicated WHO team for their ongoing pursuit of excellence in telling compelling celebrity, human interest and crime stories every single week,” reflected Sutton, who joined WHO as a deputy editor in 2008.  
 

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