A handful of alternative revenue streams pursued by daily newspapers are throwing off double-digit profits. Publishers expect digital revenue to represent a greater share of revenue in the coming three years.
Jim Jenks is vice president and executive producer of multimedia and special projects at MLB Advanced Media. He is responsible for managing multimedia content and launching new company and partner audio/video initiatives on the MLB.com portal, mobile devices, social networks and partner properties.
Robyn Peterson is the chief technology officer and head of product for Mashable where he led the creation and development of the new Mashable.com site, which launched in December 2012, and established Mashable as a lead technology-driven media company.
David Gehring started at Google three years ago managing news media strategic partnerships for YouTube. In that role, Gehring developed partnership strategy and engaged with international, national and local news organizations.
Joe Rooney is spearheading Raycom Media's efforts to improve the breadth of content outside of news to engage the audience on all digital platforms and social media, and manages the Raycom News Network hub.
A Missouri School of Journalism team wins a $35,000 micro-grant from the Online News Association's Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education. The grant will fund a live news experiment that bridges journalism education, community engagement and local news.
Barbara Maushard is vice president of news at Hearst Television Inc., where she leads the company's news product on the air, online and on mobile platforms. Ernesto Mourelo is a journalist with nearly two decades of experience working in television and digital media.
André Mika is involved in various digital and entertainment projects, including the launch of 120 Sports, the first multi-sport, league-built live streaming video network. Partners include Time Inc., NHL, NBA, MLB.com and NASCAR.
Neil Katz serves as editor-in-chief and vice president of content for The Weather Company's digital properties, which include weather.com, wunderground.com, and its category-leading lineup of smartphone and tablet applications.
Chris Turner was named senior director of SEC programming in January 2009. As senior director of SEC programming, Turner is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of ESPN's historic agreement and plays a significant role in the creation of the SEC Network.
As director of product for Newsy, Tony has overseen the development of systems that have grown to deliver over one billion video streams per year, including a full suite of mobile apps that have earned wide recognition.