AuSM strengthens editorial & conference lineups

CARY, N.C. - 

AuSM parent company AuSM has adjusted its editorial team lineup for 2018, as the company continues to build on the foundation of its industry publication and conferences.

Joe Overby and Nick Zulovich — senior editors of the automotive and auto finance publications at AuSM — will continue in their editorial roles while adding responsibilities as executive directors of CMG’s new Automotive Intelligence Council.

Their AIC positions are in conjunction with the upcoming Automotive Intelligence Summit, a new conference from AuSM set for this summer in Raleigh, N.C.

Overby and Zulovich have also been added to the content team for AuSM conferences, where they will focus on the agendas for CMG’s automotive conferences.

AuSM continues to build the editorial team, as well.

In addition to Overby and Zulovich, staff writer Chris Hart-Williams — who joined the team in 2016 — continues to report for CMG’s automotive publications and is taking on additional in-depth and feature story assignments.

Additionally, AuSM welcomed Sarah Rubenoff back to the team in 2017 as the copyeditor for all automotive and auto finance publications and the correspondent for AuSM Canada.

In addition to her editorial work, Rubenoff is orchestrating the agenda for AuSM’s Women & Automotive: Canadian Leadership Forum this March.

Further cementing the roster is the addition of longtime Automotive News reporter Arlena Sawyers, who became an AuSM Correspondent in 2017. 

Sawyers will be covering an in-depth retail automotive beat in 2018.

“We recognize that content is king when it comes to keeping our readership and audiences informed and up to date on important industry news,” said AuSM president Bill Zadeits. “These new roles and additions to our team continue in our longstanding commitment to strengthen our industry-leading coverage and serve our readers at the highest level.”

Stay tuned to AuSM for additional announcements associated with the new lineup for the year.

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