Communications executive Teri Everett joins Time Inc.
Veteran media spokesperson Teri Everett, who recently exited the top communications job at News Corp., has joined Time Inc. as executive vice president of corporate communications for the publishing group.
In her new role, Everett will oversee media relations and publicity, internal communications and government affairs. She will report to Time Inc. Chief Executive Laura Lang.
Everett most recently served as senior vice president of corporate affairs at News Corp., a company she joined in 2000. Since last summer, the media conglomerate has been grappling with the fallout of a phone-hacking scandal involving its publishing group in the United Kingdom.
She has long ties to Gary Ginsberg, Time Warner's executive vice president of marketing and communications. The two worked closely together at News Corp.
Time Inc. is a division of media conglomerate Time Warner, which publishes such magazines as "Time," "People" and "Sports Illustrated."
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Photo: Teri Everett. Credit: Time Inc.