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Sigman Named President and Publisher of Creative Loafing Atlanta

Creative Loafing Inc. CEO Ben Eason informs us that he has named Michael Sigman to head the chain's flagship paper in Atlanta. Sigman worked at LA Weekly for 18 years, first as general manager, then later as president and publisher of both LA and OC Weekly, before leaving parent company Village Voice Media in Jan. 2002. Following his departure from VVM, Sigman took over as president of MajorSongs, the publishing house of his late father, the songwriter Carl Sigman, and issued a limited-edition box set of recordings of some of his father's songs.
04-25-2005  6:17 pm  |  Industry News

Sigman Asked to Resign at LA Weekly

Michael Sigman, president and publisher of LA Weekly/OC Weekly, has been asked to leave by Village Voice Media. His last day is Jan. 25. In other developments, three other AAN member papers have asked top managers to leave, including Eugene Weekly, Willamette Week and C-Ville Weekly. (FULL STORY)
AAN Staff  |  01-18-2002  3:27 pm  |  Industry News

LA/OC Weekly Announce Ad Department Positionsnew

Michael Sigman, president/publisher of LA/OC Weekly, announces that the papers have brought veteran advertising executives on board at the two Village Voice Media papers. Dar Brown has been named associate publisher/advertising for LA Weekly, and Melissa Fisher has been named advertising director for OC Weekly.
LA/OC Weekly news release  |  12-11-2001  4:00 pm  |  Industry News

New Publisher in LA and OCnew

Michael Sigman will replace Judy Jablonski as publisher of LA Weekly and OC Weekly at the end of this year. Jablonski is starting her own media consulting firm and takes the two alt pubs with her as her first clients.
LA Weekly news release  |  09-24-2001  9:47 am  |  Industry News