Consoli promoted to E&P executive editor p.5

By: Editorial Staff George Garneau is named senior editor sp.

JOHN CONSOLI HAS been promoted to executive editor of Editor & Publisher magazine, and George Garneau has been named senior editor.
Consoli, 45, will continue to be the working supervisory editor on the weekly magazine, and will take on some additional responsibilities.
At the same time, E&P president Robert U. Brown will relinquish his editor title, becoming editor emeritus.
Consoli joined E&P in 1976 as an associate editor. He was named news editor in 1982 and managing editor in 1984.
He also worked at the Paterson, N.J., News, the Union City, N.J., Dispatch, and Lebhar Friedman in New York City.
Consoli is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and has a B.S. degree in Communications/Journalism.
Garneau, 43, will be responsible for E&P's monthly special sections, which will be expanded in number, and which will all fall under editorial department jurisdiction. He will also provide assistance to Consoli.
A New Jersey native, Garneau is a graduate of Rutgers University's Newark College of Arts and Sciences.
He worked as staff reporter for two dailies, the Key West Citizen in Florida and the Dispatch in Union City, N.J., before joining E&P in November 1984 as an associate editor covering equipment and technology.
He also served as E&P's Washington editor, and returned to New York as associate editor on the financial beat.
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