New York Times names three SVPs for advertising

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Meredith Kopit Levien, chief revenue officer, New York Times.
Meredith Kopit Levien, chief revenue officer, New York Times.

Promotions come within a week of Meredith Kopit Levien's promotion to chief revenue officer

NEW YORK The New York Times has named three new SVPs of advertising, following the promotion of Meredith Kopit Levien to chief revenue officer last week.

Levien, who was most recently head of advertising at the publisher, has promoted Sebastian Tomich, Brendan Monaghan and Jean-Christophe Demarta to the SVP roles, effective immediately.

Tomich, VP, advertising and branded content, now serves as SVP, advertising and innovation, responsible for leading the expansion of T Brand Studio, The Times’s commercial content studio, and ad innovation.

As SVP of advertising, Monaghan will maintain his role as publisher of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and assume leadership of the CPG and liquor categories, in addition to his current role overseeing the luxury category.

Demarta, who was most recently VP of global advertising, will continue to lead the publisher’s global advertising efforts, working closely with its national sales offices, as the business expands outside of the US.