CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Reader’s Digest editors will be moving back to Westchester, according to a report on lohud.com.
The publishing company, now known as Trusted Media Brands, will shift about 40 members of its editorial team, now based in New York City, to its offices in White Plains, bringing the total staff there to 200 people, the lohud report said.
Digital and advertising employees will remain in the company's Manhattan office, the lohud article said.
Reader’s Digest Association had its headquarters on Bedford Road in Chappaqua from the late 1930s to 2009, when the magazine was forced to declare bankruptcy and it moved to White Plains and New York City, according to westfaironline.com.
Its former campus is being transformed into a mix-use development known as Chappaqua Crossing, the westfaironline.com story said.