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The New York Times named Meredith Kopit Levien as its new president and CEO today. Effective Sept. 8, she’ll also join the publisher’s board of directors.
Kopit Levien joined the Times in 2013 as its head of advertising, after serving as chief revenue officer of Forbes Media. She quickly rose through the ranks at the Times and, in 2015, was named its evp and CRO, overseeing ad and subscription revenue.
In 2017, she became the Times’ chief operating officer and executive vice president.