John Koblin reports that Gerry Marzorati, who has edited The New York Times Magazine since 2003, will be stepping down from his position at the end of August. Marzorati has been with the title since 1994, and Koblin indicates he'll remain somewhere within the Times Company. We're awaiting the Times' confirmation on this, and in the meantime, no successor has yet been indicated. [NYO]
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