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|location = [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]; [[National City]]
 
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|owner = [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]
 
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'''CatCo Magazine''' is the monthly magazine of [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]. It was led by [[Snapper Carr]], the editor-in-chief.
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'''CatCo Magazine''' is the monthly magazine of [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]. It was led by [[Snapper Carr]], the editor-in-chief until his sabbatical, after which CEO [[James Olsen]] became editor-in-chief. In late 2019 after [[Andrea Rojas]] purchased CatCo from [[Lena Luthor]], she became the new editor-in-chief.
 
James Olsen became the new editor-in-chief in 2017.
 
 
In 2019, after buying CatCo from [[Lena Luthor]], [[Andrea Rojas]] became the new editor-in-chief.
 
 
[[James Olsen]] also resigned from CatCo.
 
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
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After discovering that [[Kara Danvers|Supergirl]] was [[Clark Kent|Superman]]'s cousin, [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]'s CEO, [[Cat Grant]], wrote an exposé on the superheroine based on their sit-down interview for CatCo Magazine. Upon publication, a launch party was held for the magazine to celebrate the issue.<ref>{{Ep|Fight or Flight}}</ref>
 
After discovering that [[Kara Danvers|Supergirl]] was [[Clark Kent|Superman]]'s cousin, [[CatCo Worldwide Media]]'s CEO, [[Cat Grant]], wrote an exposé on the superheroine based on their sit-down interview for CatCo Magazine. Upon publication, a launch party was held for the magazine to celebrate the issue.<ref>{{Ep|Fight or Flight}}</ref>
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When [[Snapper Carr]] went on sabbatical, CEO [[James Olsen]] took over CatCo Magazine as editor-in-chief.
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After CatCo was purchased from by [[Andrea Rojas]], she became CatCo Magazine's editor-in-chief after James resigned.<ref>{{Ep|Event Horizon}}</ref>
   
 
==Known employees==
 
==Known employees==
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*{{F|Nia Nal|(reporter)}}
 
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=== Former employees ===
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* {{F|Snapper Carr|(editor-in-chief; on sabbatical)}}
   
 
==Appearances==
 
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====Season 3====
 
====Season 3====
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====Season 5====
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*{{Ep|Event Horizon}}}}
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 18:56, October 11, 2019

CatCo Magazine is the monthly magazine of CatCo Worldwide Media. It was led by Snapper Carr, the editor-in-chief until his sabbatical, after which CEO James Olsen became editor-in-chief. In late 2019 after Andrea Rojas purchased CatCo from Lena Luthor, she became the new editor-in-chief.

History


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After discovering that Supergirl was Superman's cousin, CatCo Worldwide Media's CEO, Cat Grant, wrote an exposé on the superheroine based on their sit-down interview for CatCo Magazine. Upon publication, a launch party was held for the magazine to celebrate the issue.[1]

When Snapper Carr went on sabbatical, CEO James Olsen took over CatCo Magazine as editor-in-chief.

After CatCo was purchased from by Andrea Rojas, she became CatCo Magazine's editor-in-chief after James resigned.[2]

Known employees

Current employees

Former employees

Appearances

Supergirl

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 5


References

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