MISSOULA — Montana Magazine, has named a new editor.

Jenna Cederberg of Missoula was selected to lead the magazine and will immediately begin overseeing the publication.

A Montana native, Cederberg grew up in the South Hills of Missoula. She was previously the Missoulian’s business reporter.

Cederberg received a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from Washington State University in 2007 and was editor of the Lake County Leader in Polson before joining the Missoulian in 2010.

“I grew up reading Montana Magazine,” she said. “It is an extreme honor to be involved in the proud tradition of telling the state’s stories and sharing the amazing photos taken all across the Last Best Place with our subscribers around the globe,” Cederberg said. “I can’t wait to get started.”

Cederberg’s selection is a part of a relocation process for Montana Magazine, which will is now headquartered in Missoula.

“We are excited to have the opportunity to continue the great tradition of Montana Magazine from Missoula,” said Jim McGowan, publisher of the Missoulian and Montana Magazine. “I am thrilled to provide Montana Magazine’s readers with Jenna, as she brings the ideal mix of content development experience, community engagement and passion for telling the stories that are Montana.”

“We live in an amazing place and Jenna will bring new energy and excitement in how those stories are told,” McGowan continued. “We hope to provide readers with engaging content, powerful photography and expanded digital enhancements, and to reach out and work with communities as we develop the stories that mean so much to our readership.

“I encourage our current magazine subscribers to reach out to Jenna with your feedback on the magazine, and I want to encourage those who are not as familiar with the magazine to take a look in the coming months as Jenna develops the publication both in print and on the web.”


The beginning of 2014 will mark Montana Magazine’s 44th year in publication. It reaches readers in every county in Montana, every U.S. state and in a dozen foreign countries.

“This is Montana’s magazine,” Cederberg said. “Inside its pages, readers connect and reconnect with a place they love. We’ve got an amazingly talented group of writers, photographers and designers working every day to make sure the magazine lives up to the state it’s named for.”

Cederberg hopes subscribers enjoy watching Montana Magazine evolve and expand to include a revamped website and stronger digital presence.

“I’m also excited for our team to meet plenty of Montanans in person, as we spread out across the state to find our stories and photos,” she said.

Cederberg can be reached at 406-523-5241 or at [email protected]. Find Montana Magazine online at montanamagzine.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/MontanaMagazine or on Twitter at @montanamagazine.

For subscription information, visit montanamagazine.com or call 1-888-666-8624.