Charles Mccullagh Joins MPA As Vice President/International
Press release from the issuing company
New York, N.Y. (May 13, 2002)— Charles McCullagh has joined Magazine Publishers (MPA) as Vice President/International, it was announced today by Michael Pashby, Executive Vice President/General Manager, MPA. He reports to Mr. Pashby. Prior to joining MPA, Mr. McCullagh had been Managing Director/International for Scientific American where he increased editions from nine to 22, including joint ventures in Brazil and Mexico.
In his role with the MPA, Mr. McCullagh will advise U.S. publishers on the international publishing marketplace, as well as apprising foreign MPA members of publishing practices in the U.S. He takes the reins from Jay Melvin who is retiring from the position.
Before Scientific American, Mr. McCullagh was VP/Corporate Strategy for HFM; Managing Director, DeSilva & Phillips; and, Editorial and Publishing Director for Rodale where he launched titles in the U.S. and abroad. Those titles include Men’s Health, Mountain Bike, Scuba Diving and Bicycling. In addition, he has consulted for Weider, Primedia, World Publications and EMAP.
Mr. McCullagh holds a PhD in Philosophy and Theology from Lehigh University. He is currently writing a book on magazines and culture with the University of Pittsburgh Press and has published books on a variety of topics with Dell, Warner, Rodale and the Lightning Tree Press. He has two children and resides in the New York City area.
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