Discover editorial offices moving to Wisconsin

Published: August 13, 2012
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In a strategic move to better leverage all its publishing resources and integrate its science media properties, Kalmbach Publishing Co. will move the editorial and design offices of Discover magazine from New York City to the company’s headquarters in Waukesha, Wis. Kalmbach acquired Discover in 2010.

Kalmbach will close Discover’s offices in New York in January 2013.

Discover magazine will continue to cover a wide spectrum of science topics with its long-standing mix of great writing, spectacular photography and compelling design. Kalmbach also publishes Astronomy, the world’s largest magazine about the science and hobby of astronomy.

Discover Editor-in-Chief Corey S. Powell will continue to lead the magazine through the office relocation. Powell and longtime Executive Editor Pamela Weintraub will continue to have an editorial presence in the magazine and on discovermagazine.com.

Kalmbach publishes 17 hobby and leisure-time magazines, related books and events, and produces more than 30 websites. The company employs nearly 275 people at its offices in Waukesha, Wis., and New York, N.Y.