Shulman Named Strategy Chief at Dow Jones

By: E&P Staff Scott Shulman, who for two years has served as senior vice president, sales and marketing, for The Wall Street Journal, has been promoted to vice president, chief strategy officer, for the Journal's parent company, Dow Jones.

Schulman "has instituted a wide range of enhancements to our sales and marketing efforst that we are confident will benefit the Journal in months and years to come," Peter Kann, chairman and CEO of Dow Jones, said in a statement. "We tapped Scott for this new role because his broad experience in both print and electronic publishing, and in both staff and operating roles, makes him ideally suited to lead or strategic planning efforts at this critical time."

Schulman has previously served as president of Dow Jones' Consumer Electronic Publishing, which oversees The Wall Street Journal Online, Barron's Online, and the company's radio operations.

Before joining Dow Jones, he had worked for 10 years at Booz, Allen & Hamilton in New York, focusing on Internet services, newspapers, magazines, and other media.


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