Are Media appoints Lisa Hudson as general manager – homes

Lisa Hudson appointed General Manager - Homes at Are Media

Hudson will lead the brand’s homes vertical, which includes titles such as Better Homes & Gardens

Are Media has announced the appointment of Lisa Hudson to the newly created role of general manager – homes, effective from October 16.

Hudson is an experienced executive, with a career that spans magazines, newspapers, and digital media.

Her resume includes launch editor of the (sydney)magazine; group editor, Fairfax General Magazines; chief executive and publisher, Fairfax Magazines; general manager, Food and Wine, Metro Media, at Fairfax Media; and head of Qantas Wine. She was also formerly content specialist at Coles, responsible for the Coles magazine.

In her new role, Hudson will lead the brand’s homes vertical, which includes titles such as Better Homes & Gardens, Home Beautiful, Australian House & Garden, Inside Out, Belle, Country Style, Homes to Love and more.

Hudson joins Susan Armstrong, general manager – entertainment, Nicky Briger, general manager – fashion and beauty, and Nicole Byers, general manager – lifestyle.

The newly created General Manager roles function as part of the brand’s strategy to step up its investment in content verticals, working towards becoming an omnichannel content business.

Are Media chief executive officer, Jane Huxley, said: “I’m very excited that Lisa has agreed to join us, and I know she will add great value to our business. Are Media is the clear market leader in the homes category and Lisa is a fantastic addition to the team.

“One of the most well-regarded media executives in Australia, Lisa has significant experience across all media channels, along with proven change and transformation skills.”

Lisa Hudson said: “I am thrilled to be joining the talented team at Are Media. These high-quality, well-loved brands are successful already, with readership on the rise, and I am excited by their future potential across new channels.”

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