New York, NY (March 10, 2020) — Corinne Iozzio has been named Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science, it was announced today by Gregory Gatto, Executive Vice President of Bonnier Media. Her promotion is effective immediately.  

Iozzio joined Popular Science in 2009 as Associate Editor, and became Senior Associate Technology Editor before she left in 2014. She returned to Popular Science in 2017 as the magazine’s Managing Editor, before she was promoted to Deputy Editor in 2018 and Executive Editor in 2019. 

“Corinne has been vital to Popular Science’s recent success across all of our multimedia extensions,” Gatto said. “She is a terrific editor who has a deep understanding of science and technology, and a tremendous passion for this brand. We’re looking forward to seeing where Corinne’s vision leads us.”

Popular Science has been an important force in my career for more than a decade—and, in my life, for long before that,” Iozzio said. “It’s a privilege to lead this extraordinary and dedicated team as we build on a 147-year-old foundation, and continue to grow a brand that evolves and informs in a rapidly changing world.”

Iozzio has a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies from Fordham University.




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