Andrew Golis Joins The Atlantic as Entrepreneur in Residence

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By Chris O'Shea Comment

Andrew Golis is joining The Atlantic as something called an “entrepreneur in residence.” While entrepreneur in residence sounds like “Dude/Dudette who’ll get paid to not do much,” that doesn’t seem to be the case here.

According to a release, here are Golis’ duties:

Working closely with¬†The Atlantic’s Editorial and Digital Strategy and Operations teams, Golis will support the media brand’s expanding video and paid-content initiatives. He will also work with the teams to help identify and launch new ventures and products across¬†The Atlantic’s platforms.

Golis was most recently director of digital media and a senior editor for PBS’ Frontline. He had been with PBS since March 2011.

Golis has also held roles at Yahoo! News and Talking Points Memo.