Niche Media Taps Condé Nast Marketer Emily Kampner as Group Marketing Director
New York, New York (October, 2006) — Former Condé Nast Marketer Emily Kampner has been tapped by Niche Media CEO Jason Binn and Group Publisher Lori Burgess as the new Group Marketing Director for Niche Media, it was announced today. Kampner will report directly to Burgess.
In her new position, Kampner is responsible for overseeing marketing, events, promotional activities and branding for all Niche Media titles including Aspen Peak, Boston Common, Capitol File, Gotham, Hamptons, Los Angeles Confidential, Vegas, Venetian Style and Wynn magazines. She will also be developing in-book and in-market advertising opportunities to be sold across all titles that will be applicable to readers in every market.
"With her extraordinary experience in helping to brand the Condé Nast Bridal Group, there is no doubt she will be able to contribute greatly to our current stable of brands and expand our marketing capabilities in all of our markets," says Burgess.
Kampner comes to Niche Media from Condé Nast Publications where she was awarded "Marketer of the Year" in 2002 and 2005 and "MVP of Marketing" in 2003 for her work in the Condé Nast Bridal Group (Brides, Modern Bride, Elegant Bride, Your Prom). As Director of Merchandising Services for Condé Nast Bridal Group, she developed programs that were responsible for breaking major categories and brands in the magazines such as Cartier, Barneys New York, Pontiac, Ford, L'Oreal and Absolut.
Prior to Condé Nast Bridal Group, Emily was at Glamour Magazine from 1998—2000 and Southern Marketing Manager at cK Calvin Klein from 1996—1998.
Kampner graduated from Stephen F. Austin University in Texas and lives in New York City.
Niche Media LLC, the country's preeminent regional magazine group catering to the high-end luxury market through its distinct publications Aspen Peak, Boston Common, Capitol File, Gotham, Hamptons, and Los Angeles Confidential, Vegas, Venetian Style and Wynn is renowned for reaching the most affluent consumers, making the pages of these glossies some of the most valuable real estate in the country. By celebrating the worlds of culture, fashion, fine dining, real estate and nightlife, the magazines consistently deliver the finest editorial and advertising to a controlled group of influencers with the highest disposable incomes in each city.
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