Two top Rogers Publishing executives are no longer with the company.

Marketing Magazine reports that Kathryn Brownlie, senior vice-president of sales, consumer publishing, and Kerry Mitchell, vice-president, consumer publishing are out after more than nine years — each – with the company.

Ken Whyte broke the news in an email sent out to employees Monday afternoon, adds Marketing reporter Jeremy Lloyd.

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According the the email, the changes are "a result of structural changes we are making to the company."

Mitchell was publisher of Flare, Today's Parent, and others. Brownlie managed sales for all of Rogers' top consumer mags. Lorraine Hoefler will take over ad sales — at least for now. She is currently the senior group advertising director for Rogers Media.