PCR has hired two new senior members of staff.
Andrew Wooden (right) takes on the role of managing editor, while Dominic Sacco (left) has joined as editor.
Wooden will lead PCR’s strategy and develop new business opportunities for the publication, while Sacco will oversee editorial content and direction of the print title and website.
Wooden returns to PCR after spending a year and a half as news editor at Future Publishing’s technology title T3 and T3.com. Prior to that, he worked at Intent Media for six years.
Sacco moves across from Intent Media’s sister publications ToyNews and Licensing.biz, where he held the position of deputy editor. He formerly worked at Intent’s gaming publication MCV after a two-year stint at Auto Trader.
Laura Barnes remains on PCR as staff writer, with Intent Media currently recruiting a fourth member of the editorial team.
Former PCR editor Helen French takes on the role of Digital Producer for Intent Media, where she will be working on the publisher’s digital strategy.
The changes on the team come as executive sales manager Carly Bailey heads off on maternity leave, with Rob Baker taking on the role of acting sales manager and Carole Eagles joining as associate sales manager.
“We’re delighted to welcome Andrew back to PCR as managing editor and to appoint Dominic as editor,” said PCR publisher Lisa Carter.
“After a successful second PCR Boot Camp event recently, it’s an exciting time for the title going forward as we look to grow and expand our print and online offering, as well as investigate additional brand extensions.”