TV Week appoints new Editor
Deputy Editor Amber Giles is promoted to top role at long-running TV mag.
Amber Giles has been announced as Editor of TV Week, who has been with the magazine for 10 years.
Most recently Deputy Editor, she assumes the role vacated by Thomas Woodgate in May. The perennial magazine is now published by ARE Media after Bauer Media sold its publishing arm in Australia.
In a statement to TV Tonight, she said, “I am thrilled to be appointed as Editor of TV Week magazine. It’s an iconic brand that I’ve worked on for 10 years and I’ve grown a close affinity to our dedicated readers who love TV as much as we do.
“While the way we consume TV is rapidly changing, we need to ensure we can keep delivering the inside scoop for our readers as they’ve come to expect over the decades.”