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SANDOW Names Richard Bradley Editor-in-Chief at Worth and Worth.com

Bradley to oversee the company’s recently acquired high-end financial and lifestyle publication.

NEW YORK, May 12, 2008 — SANDOW today announced the appointment of Richard Bradley to the position of editor-in-chief of Worth magazine, the company’s recently acquired high-end financial/lifestyle magazine.

“We are thrilled to have Richard lead the editorial team at Worth — his track record as executive editor at 02138, George and Regardie’s magazines is truly impressive. Richard has done an incredible job of creating thought-provoking media properties that are as entertaining as they are informative,” said Adam Sandow, CEO of SANDOW.  “Under his editorial leadership, we will unveil a fresh and groundbreaking new vision for the Worth brand.”

Since joining 02138 in June 2007, Bradley was responsible for overseeing editorial content, including the “Harvard 100,” the magazine’s list of Harvard’s most influential alumni in politics, finance and other professions, and the publication’s groundbreaking investigation of the legal dispute over the origins of Facebook. Prior to 02138, Bradley served as executive editor for Regardie‘s, a Washington business monthly, and George, the political magazine founded by John F. Kennedy, Jr.  In 2001, Bradley edited a special issue of Worth focusing on wealth and the Internet.

Bradley is also The New York Times-bestselling author of  “American Son: A Portrait of John F. Kennedy, Jr.” (2002), “Harvard Rules” (2005), and “The Greatest Game: The Yankees, the Red Sox, and the Playoff of ’78” (2008). A graduate of Yale College and Harvard University, Bradley has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Worth, The New Republic, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Fortune Small Business, and Salon.

“I’m delighted to be working with Adam Sandow on Worth,” Bradley said. “Our aim is to create a new kind of magazine whose engaging content is greatly complemented by an innovative approach to its design and navigation both online and in print.”

About SANDOW

Founded by Adam I. Sandow in 2002, SANDOW is a leader in developing multi-channel, vertically integrated luxury brands. The Company’s foundation is built on identifying markets, creating indispensable resources and building influential consumer publications and online properties. SANDOW’s flagships include the powerhouse beauty brand NewBeauty magazine, which encompasses print, online and retail operations, and Luxe, the nation’s largest network of luxury home magazines. With 175 employees in 10 states, SANDOW produces over 60 publications annually and has over half a million visitors per month to the company’s online properties.