CyberEdge Journal

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Kelly Dove named Editor-in-Chief of Computer Graphics World

Longtime Editor, Phil LoPiccolo moves to new position

July 11, 2005 Nashua, NH -- PennWell is pleased to announce the selection of Kelly Dove as Editor-in-Chief for Computer Graphics World magazine. The announcement of Dove comes after a two-month search to replace Phil LoPiccolo, who moved to the Chief Editor position at Solid State Technology, another PennWell title.

Ms. Dove brings both publication and client experience to her position at CGW. As Founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief for 3D Design magazine, she was instrumental in the successful launch of this title for CMP. In addition, she developed and managed the corresponding website, the conference and exhibition, creating a unified media brand in the high-tech trade space. Most recently, Dove was the Director of Public Relations for a Boxx Technologies, a workstation manufacturer focused on the entertainment and digital content creation industries.

“I have been a fan of Computer Graphics World for many years,” says Dove. “It is a well-respected title among trade publications as well as the companies they serve. Karen Moltenbrey, Courtney Howard and the excellent team of contributing editors continually put out a top-notch magazine as the recent ASBPE Gold Award proves. I look forward to working with such a dynamic team.”

“We are thrilled to have Kelly join our team,” notes Associate Publisher Randy Jeter. “Her in-depth knowledge of the market, combined with her relationships and previous editorial experience in print and online publishing, will be instrumental as we continue to expand our leadership position.” Senior Technical Editor Karen Moltenbrey concurs. “I have known Kelly for quite some time, both on a personal and professional level, and I look forward to working with her. Her energy and knowledge of the industry certainly will be an asset to our publication. I anticipate exciting things ahead.”


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