Ross Levinsohn has progressively moved the media technology industry forward throughout his career by being a key leader at major corporations. Recently, Maven has asked him to be the company’s Chief Executive Officer. This corporation is a single-platform service provider for more than 300 brands. Among these are History.com, Maxim, Ski Magazine and others. Specifically, Maven offers digital services for monetization and back-end support to its customers.
Before Levinsohn signed on to work as Maven’s CEO, he progressed along a successful career path. This started when he graduated from American University in 1985. With a Bachelor of Arts in Communications in hand, he was the perfect candidate for several introductory positions in his chosen industry. By 1990, HBO asked Ross Levinsohn to step in as the Director of Production and Marketing. This was followed by time working as CBS Sportsline’s Vice President of Programming and Alta Vista’s General Manager. Levinsohn’s career took another turn when he became President at Fox Interactive Media. A few of its web properties that Levinsohn held an influential role over at the time are IGN, FoxNews.com, Fox.com and FoxSports.com
Ross Levinsohn was also a key player for several other leading businesses over the course of the last few decades. They include industry leaders like Tribune Publishing, the Boston Consulting Group, Yahoo!, Guggenheim Digital Media and Whisper Advisors. His time working for these companies has connected him to brands and entities like Dick Clark Productions, the Los Angeles Times, the Film Expo Group, the Clio Awards, AdWeek, the Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, the Hollywood Reporter and others.
Levinsohn has proven himself to be a hardworking, tenacious leader with a strong desire to improve the industry. He will undoubtedly find success leading his new company forward.