• Montana Magazine hires new editor

    Jenna CederbergMontana Magazine publisher Jim McGowan recently announced that Montana Magazine has hired a new editor.

    Jenna Cederberg began as editor of Montana Magazine in November.

    A Montana native, Cederberg grew up in the South Hills of Missoula. She was previously the Missoulian’s business reporter.

    Cederberg received a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from Washington State University in 2007 and was editor of the Lake County Leader in Polson before joining the Missoulian in 2010.

    “I grew up reading Montana Magazine,” she said. “It is an extreme honor to be involved in the proud tradition of telling the state’s stories and sharing the amazing photos taken all across the Last Best Place with our subscribers around the globe. I can’t wait to get started.”

    Cederberg’s selection is a part of a relocation process for Montana Magazine, which is now headquartered in Missoula.

    “We are excited to have the opportunity to continue the great tradition of Montana Magazine from Missoula,” said McGowan, publisher of the Missoulian and Montana Magazine. “I am thrilled to provide Montana Magazine’s readers with Jenna, as she brings the ideal mix of content development experience, community engagement and passion for telling the stories that are Montana.”

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1 Comment

  1. Frank Spear says: January 23, 2014 at 8:58 pmReply

    Jenna. Congratulations on your new position. Unfortunately a mistake has occurred. In your January/February edition you call the location of the Rocky Mountain Cafe in Meterville. It was located in Meaderville. Maybe you want to publish an article about MEADERVILLE, MCQUEEN, AND EAST BUTTE, whom were all taken over AND DESTROYED by the ANACONDA COMPANY. Since you grew up in Missoula you could learn a lot about the history of Butte if someone wanted to write an article about how the AC destroyed those communities.
    I enjoy the Montana Magazine.
    Frank Spear Mcqueen Alumni 1944-until destroyed by the AC.

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