Power Automedia is excited to announce Charles Pages as Senior Associate Editor of online magazine Turnology.com. Focused on performance driving, Turnology is the premier magazine for autocross, road racing, and time attack racers.
Pages will manage all magazine content including editorial articles, news, event coverage, freelance assignments, photography, social media, and in-house project vehicles. He will work alongside Turnology’s staff writer, Kyle Kitchen and will report to Turnology Editor, Trevor Anderson.
Pages comes from a management position at popular online parts reseller ModBargains and has an extreme passion for performance driving. Pages past experience includes creating blog posts, writing tech articles, social media marketing, photography, and SEO analytics.
“Charles Pages is a great addition to the Power Automedia editorial team,” said Power Automedia CEO, James Lawrence. “He is a passionate enthusiast who cares deeply about performance driving.”
“I am extremely excited to be joining Power Automedia – a company filled with fellow automotive enthusiasts,” said Pages. “We have a unique group here, with a wide array of vehicle interests. Working together with our editorial team, I’m excited to take Turnology to the next level.”
Follow Pages’ writing and photography on Turnology.com.
Power Automedia has announced plans to expand its popular all-Ford magazine StangTV into two new magazines: FordMuscle and FordNXT. To lead the new titles, Power Automedia has also hired magazine industry veteran Steve Turner as Executive Editor.
“I’ve known Steve Turner for more than 15 years, and you’re not going to find a more experienced, dedicated editor,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia CEO. “He has invested a good portion of his working life in knowing the Ford and Mustang market inside and out, and we couldn’t be more proud than to have him on the team.”
“Power Automedia is expanding our modern Ford and Ford musclecar performance offerings so readers can see more of what they want, and less of what they don’t,” explained Scott Parker, Power Automedia’s Director of Content & Strategy. “Power Automedia’s existing magazine, StangTV.com, will expand into FordNXT.com—a magazine targeted to the next generation of Ford Performance, including Coyote, 2011-up Mustangs, Ecoboost, Raptors, and more. It’s for today’s Ford technology.”
FordMuscle.com, on the other hand, will cater to traditional Ford performance—Fox Mustangs and earlier, more traditional Ford hot rods. It will feature engine tech ranging from pushrod 5.0-liters to Three-Valve and earlier Modulars. Both magazines will be go-to sources for all things Ford; tech articles, car features, event coverage, the latest industry news, and the scoop on the newest and hottest products.
Turner is a graduate of the University of Central Florida and has over 20 years of experience in the industry, most notably working for Super Ford, Focus Fanatic, and as the editor of 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords. Most recently, he helped create and launch a digital content platform for SVTPerformance.com, where he served as Editor-in-Chief for the last two and a half years.
“I am looking forward to working with the dynamic and innovative team at Power Automedia,” Turner said. “The team is driven by a passion for cars and they are always looking for a better way to spread that enthusiasm via online magazines, social media, and video. We will develop FordNXT and FordMuscle into the number-one sources for Ford performance enthusiasts to get their fix.”
Power Automedia is proud to announce and welcome Scott Parker as the company’s Editorial Director of Content and Strategy. Parker will be responsible for leading all editorial and video content across Power Automedia’s twelve industry-leading automotive magazines, as well as taking on general management responsibilities. Parker will work hand-in-hand with Editorial Operations Manager, Andrew Almazan and Associate Content Director, Trevor Anderson to craft Power Automedia’s editorial voice.
Parker has extensive editorial experience in the automotive industry, including roles as Editor of GM High-Tech Magazine and Vette Magazine, along with helping launch the Mustang 360 and the Super Chevy digital platforms for TEN – The Enthusiast Network. Parker is a graduate of Rutgers University, and recently completed an MBA from the University of South Florida as part of his maturation as a business and editorial leader.
“We interviewed a number of qualified candidates,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia CEO. “One of the things that pushed Scott to the front of the list is his mixture of editorial experience, technical knowledge, digital savvy, and business acumen. With the expansion and growth of Power Automedia, it’s more important than ever for our leadership to have a mixture of all of these ingredients.”
“I am looking forward to being able to contribute to Power Automedia’s culture, and being able to team up with like-minded, passionate, individuals,” Parker said. “Power Automedia has really been a market leader in the digital automotive segment, and I’m excited to utilize my experience to help bring creativity and fresh thinking to Power Automedia’s publications and video content. We’ve got a lot of big things coming down the pipeline that I’m excited about.”
Parker and his family will be relocating from Tampa, Florida, to Temecula, California, to join Power Automedia’s full-time staff in our home offices.
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