Gramling and Ian Knowles founded 10Ten Media in 2007. As editor-in-chief of FHM, Gramling was the driving force behind one of the fastest growing brands in modern publishing history. During his tenure, FHM ranked Number 1 in MRI’s measurement of audience concentration among its competitive set for a five-year period. Gramling’s prior experience includes working at Time Inc. producing books and special issues.
Der joined 10Ten Media in April 2014. He began his career at The Wall Street Journal before moving to CBS Sports and then Time Inc. He was named top editor of Sports Illustrated Kids in 2006, and was later in charge of both business and editorial operations as publisher and top editor of SIK and Time For Kids. Der is co-author of the book Expect a Miracle and winner of a 2013 Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding New Approaches/Sports Programming.
Knowles and Scott Gramling founded 10Ten Media in 2007 after working together as the creative team behind the highly successful FHM. In his native England, Knowles established the look and feel of iconic brands such as Elle and More. He was also in charge of setting the creative direction for the Italian edition of Vanity Fair.
Prior to joining 10Ten Media in 2016, Hackett spent eight years as editor-in-chief of People, the most successful magazine brand in the history of American publishing. His tenure at the helm was the second longest in the brand's 43-year history. Under his leadership, People had an audience of 50 million per month. Hackett also served as President of the American Society of Magazine Editors from 2010 to 2012. He began his career in newspapers, working as a reporter and editor at the New York Daily News.