FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(CHARLOTTE, July 6, 2010) — Wendy Goldstein, a senior advertising executive with McClatchy Newspapers, has been named Associate Publisher of Creative Loafing Charlotte.
As Associate Publisher, Goldstein will be responsible for all sales, marketing, and business functions of CL Charlotte, the Carolinas’ largest city weekly and Charlotte’s leading source of information about the arts, entertainment, dining, and other aspects of city life.
“We are delighted to have someone of Wendy’s stature and experience join the CL Charlotte team,” said Henry Scott, CL Charlotte’s publisher. “Her deep knowledge of Charlotte and its business community will enable us to better serve our advertisers and readers.”
Goldstein, who will report to Scott, joins CL Charlotte from McClatchy’s Charlotte Observer, where she has served as Classified Advertising Manager, responsible for automotive and real estate advertising. Prior to assuming that position, Goldstein was Retail Advertising Sales Manager for the Observer and Interactive Account Executive with Charlotte.com, the Observer’s website.
“I am excited about joining Henry and the rest of the CL Charlotte team,” Goldstein said. “Creative Loafing plays an important role in the life of the city, a role that we intend to expand in coming months to cement our position as the source of information about life in Charlotte.”
ABOUT CL CHARLOTTE: Creative Loafing Charlotte and its website, www.clclt.com, are Charlotte’s leading sources of information about life in the Carolinas’ largest city. The newspaper was founded in 1987 and reaches more than 90,000 readers weekly. It is owned by CL Inc.
ABOUT CL INC.: CL Inc. owns six of America’s leading city weeklies — Creative Loafing Charlotte, the Chicago Reader, Creative Loafing Atlanta, the Washington City Paper, Creative Loafing Tampa, and Creative Loafing Sarasota. Its holdings also include websites associated with those newspaper properties, the Straight Dope (straightdope.com) and Listen.com sites, and the Digital Advertising Network.
For more information contact:
Henry E. Scott