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MARKS' EXIT MARKS ANOTHER BLOW TO BIBLE

More changes have overtaken the Bible, as Craig Marks, formerly Executive Editor, exits.

The erstwhile music trade has been hemorrhaging experienced staff of late, with two key editors, Shirley Halperin and Jem Aswad, recently exiting for Variety. Hannah Karp came aboard in April as "News Director." John Amato is said to be pushing the publication in the direction of far more digital/video-heavy play following this complete housecleaning.

Marks previously served at SPIN and Blender; he is the co-author of the book I Want My MTV. President Trump's description of him as a "nut job" seems wholly unjustified.

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