BuzzFeed CMO Frank Cooper Is Leaving the Digital Media Giant

He's been seen as key to its ad business


Industry veteran Frank Cooper is leaving BuzzFeed, where he has been CMO for the past 17 months.

In marketing circles, Cooper has been seen as a key conduit between the digital publisher and advertisers because of his brand experience. He quit his post as PepsiCo's chief marketer in June 2015 to join BuzzFeed. He also ran AOL's marketing in the early 2000s, and according to his LinkedIn profile, he was an exec at Def Jam Recordings from 1993 to 1996.

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