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12-01-2009 @ 2:26PM
Not sure if im confusing the title of Editor and Editor in chief, or if the WoW mag has different content in each area and would require multiple editors. As last i heard Tim Edwards from PC Gamer UK is the Editor of the WoW Mag, meaning that either he's second in command to Dan Amrich when it comes to the UK release, or a magazine with no advertisements has an entire team in each country making content for it, and the US version has lost its Editor in chief and nobody else will be impacted
12-01-2009 @ 3:01PM
Julian Rignall is the Editorial Director of the whole project and our division. Tim Edwards is the European Editor and is definitely involved, both in writing content/brainstorming ideas and helping get the right writers for the right stories -- but he's not doing the day to day tasks on the magazine. Josh Augustine is a full-time editor on the project here in the US and will be helping run the daily stuff while they fill the EIC position. So, the EIC is below Julian and above Josh, and Tim helps from afar. My moving to Activision is unrelated to my working on a licensed Blizzard project. And really, the mag is very nearly done; it's just detail stuff on Blizzard's end at the moment. As soon as those approvals go through, we can start showing you what you paid for months ago!
12-01-2009 @ 6:14PM
Nice to hear it from the source, thank you.
12-01-2009 @ 7:03PM
Likewise I appreciate hearing this and am excited to see Josh Augustine moving up from former intern at PC Gamer to what sounds like an integral role on a major new publication. Best wishes to you and all the rest at Future.
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