Stephen Moss was named president and chief executive officer of National Public Media, the national corporate sponsorship firm for public radio and TV. Moss joins NPM Monday (Oct. 26) from Web technology company Evri, where he served as vp of business development.
Moss succeeds Robert Williams, who founded NPM’s predecessor company, National Public Broadcasting, since 2007.
In his new position, Moss heads up the organization that represents the media assets of public broadcasting to corporate sponsors locally and nationally across National Public Radio and Public Broadcasting System, their Web sites and digital services.
NPM is a subsidiary of NPR, owned in partnership with PBS and public television’s WGBH.