Former New York Times executive Denise Warren has been named president of digital, CEO of East Coast publishing. Warren spent 26 years with Times, most recently as executive VP of digital products and service. She left the Times in 2014.
As for her role with Tribune Publishing, Warren will be asked to lead all of the company’s digital initiatives. She will also oversee six newspapers, including The Baltimore Sun and the Sun-Sentinel.
“Denise has a proven track record for uniting digital and print teams, for building and scaling digital businesses, and for creating engaging experiences that appeal to consumers and marketers,” said Tribune Publishing’s CEO, Jack Griffin, in a statement. “Additionally, she has championed growth through collaboration and innovation.”
Warren begins her new role next month.