On the day when the editorial board complained to the prosecutor’s office about the disappearance of material from the room.
The new chief editor of the Russian Forbes magazine was the former glavred of the Forbes Life application, Andrei Zolotov, the publishing editor of Forbes, Ekaterina Eremienko , reported .
Andrey Zolotov headed Forbes Life in August 2016. Prior to that, he worked in the magazines Playboy, Men’s Health and GQ. According to The Bell, the former glavred Nikolay Mazurin will remain the editor-in-chief of the magazine.
Before appointing a new IO. the chief editor of three Forbes employees anonymously told The Bell that they were disconnected from the editorial content management system on the site, which allows publishing materials.
Now the edition of Forbes has lost access to the site. Electricity in the office was returned, but accounts on computers do not work. Journalists can not do their job.
According to The Bell, employees have blocked accounts, which is why they can not enter the editorial content management system. Also in the Moscow edition of the magazine, electricity was cut off. Representatives of the leadership of the media group ACMG did not explain to The Bell the reason for which employees were disconnected from the system.
On July 26, the Forbes editorial office filed an application with the prosecutor’s office due to the fact that the article about brothers Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov disappeared from the already exhausted and completed issue of the magazine in August. They are accused of embezzling 2.5 billion rubles. In the online version of the magazine the material has been published . ACMG explained the removal of the material by the defect and the order of the legal department.