Ross Levinsohn Leads the Way as Maven’s New CEO

Ross LevinsohnMaven is well-known in the media technology space because of its robust and essential services. It provides more than 300 brands with its single-platform solution for digital back-end support and monetization. Some of the brands that it serves are Ski Magazine and Maxim. Recently, Maven conducted a thorough search for a new CEO, and the company selected Ross Levinsohn for the position. With 36 years working in key positions in the industry, he has the credentials and the proven tenacity to continue being a key player in the media technology world.

Well before he was hired as Chief Executive Officer at Maven, Ross Levinsohn attended American University to obtain a solid education as a foundation for his career. In 1985, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. He then worked in several key positions before he was hired by Home Box Office to be its Director of Production and Marketing. This role enabled him to have considerable influence over the company’s content, and his influence then took a new direction when he joined CBS Sportsline as the Vice President of Programming. Alta Vista then asked him to join their team as General Manager. These positions prepared him to leap into the role of President at Fox Interactive Media. Notably, the company controlled web properties like IGN, FoxSports.com, Fox.com and FoxNews.com at that time.

The influential and successful career of Ross Levinsohn also includes his work with numerous other corporations. These have included The Boston Consulting Group, Tribune Publishing, Whisper Advisors, Yahoo! and Guggenheim Digital Media. While he was with these companies, his professional influence reached entities and properties like the Los Angeles Times, the Clio Awards, AdWeek, the Film Expo Group, the Hollywood Reporter, the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, the Clio Awards and Dick Clark Productions.

Throughout his long career, Levinsohn has portrayed his strong work ethic as well as his passion for innovation. Now that Ross Levinsohn is heading up the incredible team at Maven, he will undoubtedly lead the company