By: E&P Staff
The Chicago Tribune has promoted Kathleen O’Hara to vice president of marketing, and Brad Moore to vice president/targeted media. O’Hara was previously director of consumer marketing and sales, while Moore was general manager of RedEye.
“To win in this competitive media environment, we must be more aggressive with consumer marketing and accelerate the growth of our niche products, so we’ve made organizational changes to ramp up our efforts in both areas,” Tony Hunter, the Chicago Tribune’s president, publisher and CEO, said in a statement.
In her new role, O’Hara 47, will oversee the consumer and advertising marketing departments and communications and community relations.
Moore, 35, will now have responsibility over RedEye, TheMash, Hoy, and Triblocal. He will continue to serve as RedEye’s GM.
O’Hara joined the company in 2005 to manage the Subscriber Advantage program. She was most recently led the acquisition, CRM, and database teams in the circulation department. Moore started with Tribune in 1997 and served in various roles including sales manager of the paper’s rental classified advertising.