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Lessiter Publications Adds Two
New Editors to Ag Division Staff
June 12, 2012 — To meet its rapidly growing needs for high quality editorial content, Lessiter Publications has named Jack Zemlicka as technology editor for No-Till Farmer and Farm Equipment.
Jack Zemlicka, new technology editor for Farm Equipment and No-Till Farmer
Kim Kaiser, new managing editor of Farm Equipment
Jack Zemlicka has extensive experience both as a magazine editor and newspaper reporter, most recently with the Wisconsin Law Journal. He has also written for Hometown Publications’ Express News and the Associated Press.
Jack attended both St. Norbert College and the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater while studying Communications, Journalism and Sociology.
His position as technology editor is new to Lessiter Publications. Jack's key duties will be to oversee the development of content of the Farm Equipment e-newsletter Precision Farming Dealer (PFD), including issue planning/scheduling, writing feature stories, conducting interviews, and handling video and photography and assignments connected to the publication of PFD.
He will also contribute feature articles focusing on precision farming technology for both Farm Equipment and No-Till Farmer publications. Jack will travel for onsite story assignments and represent both magazines at industry events.
Lessiter Publications also announced the addition of Kim Kaiser to the editorial staff as new managing editor of Farm Equipment.
Kimberly is bringing with her a wealth of magazine and web content experience with a variety of publications, including:
– Cygnus Business Media/Wood Digest magazine, Nuemedia LLC, Cygnus Business Media/Mass Transit magazine, Airport Improvement magazine and Nurse Week.
Kim has a Bachelor of Art's Degree in Journalism from Marquette University.
Her responsibilities will include developing, researching, editing and writing print as well as digital content for Farm Equipment and its website. She will also be responsible for managing production workflow.
Kim will also travel to farm equipment dealerships for onsite story assignments and represent the magazine at industry events.