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NELSON AND ANGELILLO PROMOTED AT SOUTHERN PROGRESS

 NELSON AND ANGELILLO PROMOTED AT SOUTHERN PROGRESS
 BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Jim Nelson has been named


president and chief executive officer of Southern Progress Corporation; Tom Angelillo has been named president and chief executive officer of Oxmoor House Inc., the book-publishing division of Southern Progress.
 Both announcements were made by Don Logan, whom Nelson is succeeding.
 Southern Progress is a subsidiary of Time Inc., the magazine and book publishing arm of Time Warner. Logan was named president and chief operating officer of Time Inc. on June 9.
 "Jim has been with Southern Progress for 26 years and has an unsurpassed knowledge of our company's operations," Logan said. "Last year, he assumed responsibility for all non-editorial functions of our magazines and led our advertising group to record success, in spite of a difficult economic climate."
 After joining the accounting department at Southern Progress in 1965, Nelson was named assistant treasurer of the company in 1971. He was promoted to treasurer in 1974 and became vice president/treasurer in 1978. Following his promotion to executive vice president in 1987, he was named senior executive vice president of Southern Progress in 1990.
 Angelillo joined Southern Progress in 1976 as book fulfillment manager at Media Services, the company's computer and fulfillment center. In 1979, he transferred to Oxmoor House as direct mail manager, and he was promoted to manager of the book division in 1980. Three years later, he became vice president and general manager of Oxmoor House. He was named executive vice president of that division in 1990.
 "Tom is primarily responsible for the tremendous growth and expansion that Oxmoor House has enjoyed in recent years," Logan said. "With his impressive track record, we are confident that he will continue building on successful programs and developing new ones to reach an ever-broadening Oxmoor House audience."
 Angelillo, 39, is a New Jersey native. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University.
 Nelson, 52, has a bachelor's degree in accounting and a master's degree in business from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is a native of Arkansas.
 Southern Progress publishes Southern Living, Progressive Farmer, Southern Accents, Cooking Light and Travel South magazines, as well as Oxmoor House books. Based in Birmingham, Ala., it is the largest regional magazine and book publisher in the country.
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 /CONTACT: Valerie Fraser of Southern Progress Corporation, 205-877-6270/
 (TWX) CO: Southern Progress Corporation; Oxmoor House Inc.; Time Inc.; Time
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