While Apple continues to focus on Apple News, Apple hires former executives of CondéNast and is engaged in the News team. information Apple reportedly hired Liz Schimel, former president of China's CondéNast.
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According to her LinkedIn page, Apple's Schimel's role is "head of news business". Her LinkedIn page also shows that he joined Apple in July.
Prior to joining Apple, he was the president of Conde Nast China, Comcast Ventures' Entrepreneurs in Entrepreneurship. In addition, he served as the chief digital officer of Medelis' digital conglomerate.
Employment is another sign that the importance of Apple's news management is increasing, which is an important source of traffic for many media organizations when Facebook is not focused on news. Mr. Simer, former president of Condé Nast · China, said her title on "Apple's" LinkedIn "page as" top of the news business "along with the start date of July.
Schimel's adoption occurs when Apple apparently began to focus on Apple News. Earlier this year, I pointed out how Apple recruitment trends showed growing interest in edited content. The company recently acquired the digital magazine service "Texture", but according to another report, Apple plans to start premium magazines and news subscription services next year.
Apple seemingly differs from Apple News, focusing on editing manually edited from other similar services. For example, the company focuses on "fact-based" news and features a dedicated section for the 2018 midterm election.
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