Benjamin Li
Mar 28, 2011

Paul Kay hired as managing editor for HK, Macau Tatler

HONG KONG - Time Out Hong Kong editor-in-chief Paul Kay will join Edipresse Hong Kong as the new managing editor of Hong Kong Tatler and Macau Tatler in mid-April.

Paul Kay
Paul Kay
He will report to Sean Fitzpatrick, the company’s group editor-in-chief.
 
Kay, who fills the role following Daniel Jeffreys' resignation after five months, has been the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Time Out Hong Kong (TOHK) since April 2008, and editorial director of Rubicon Communications, which publishes TOHK.

He also worked as a writer and editor at the South China Morning Post's Post Magazine for three years, as well as entertainment and lifestyle publications in Hong Kong and the UK, including Digital Media, The Herald and Metro in the UK.

 "We are delighted that Paul is joining us. During his tenure at Time Out, he displayed the strong editorial and managerial skills required for the Tatler role. We look forward to making great magazines with Paul on board," said Fitzpatrick. 

Meanwhile, Time Out has promoted Jake Hamilton, who joined the company as chief sub-editor two months ago, to succeed Kay’s editor-in-chief role. Hamilton was previously editor-in-chief for FHM in Singapore and Australia and has also worked for China Daily and Empire in London.

 

Source:
Campaign China

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