By: Ravi Somaiya | The New York Times
Meredith Kopit Levien, executive vice president for advertising at The New York Times Company, has been promoted to chief revenue officer and will oversee “the generation of all advertising and subscription revenue,” the company’s chief executive, Mark Thompson, said in a memorandum to employees on Friday.
Levien will work to develop a clear strategy to accelerate consumer revenue growth, Mr. Thompson said, including subscription revenue. Levien, 44, joined the company in 2013 and has since “transformed our advertising group,” Mr. Thompson said.
She was previously chief revenue officer at Forbes Media, and also held various senior and strategic advertising sales positions at The Atlantic Media Company.