The New York Times announced on Wednesday it had promoted Meredith Kopit Levien, who had been chief revenue officer since 2015, to executive vice president and chief operating officer, as part of a restructuring of The Times’s digital departments.
The company also announced that Kinsey Wilson, who joined The Times in 2015 and had been the executive vice president, product and technology, would not stay on in a permanent role. His position is being eliminated. He will continue to advise senior leaders “on a range of strategic matters,” according to a news release.
In Ms. Levien’s new role, she is expected to oversee teams responsible for product, design, audience and brand, consumer revenue, advertising and NYT Beta, which develops new digital products like Cooking and Watching.
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