Publisher, executive editor & managing editor out at Newsweek

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Former CBS Interactive Vice President of Sales Eric Danetz will take over Newsweek/Daily Beast advertising responsibilities from departing publisher Ray Chelstowski, reports The Wall Street Journal. Managing Editor Tom Weber resigned and will not be replaced after he leaves in two weeks, reports the Times. And Executive Editor Edward Felsenthal also resigned, according to the New York Observer. Adweek reports that Mark Miller will return to Newsweek in a new role of editorial operations director. Newsweek and Daily Beast lost about $30 million last year, after the magazine was purchased by Sidney Harman, who died earlier this year. || Related: Newsweek ends tradition of second campaign reporting team (The New York Times)

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