Throughout the course of Ross Levinsohn’s 36-year career in the media technology space, he has exercised considerable influence over many well-known brands and web properties. He has done so through high-level positions at some of the most reputable companies in the industry. Recently, he was chosen by Maven to lead the company as its Chief Executive Officer. Notably, Maven provides more than 300 well-known brands with digital services involving monetization and back-end solutions. Among the brands served are Ski Magazine, Maxim, History.com and others.
The successful career of Ross Levinsohn started in 1985 when American University gave him a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. After working hard to earn his degree, he applied his strong work ethic and education to several increasingly prominent positions. In 1990, he had accumulated the experience necessary to be chosen by HBO for the role of Director of Production and Marketing. He later moved into the position of CBS Sportsline’s Vice President of Programming and Alta Vista’s General Manager. After leaving Alta Vista, Levinsohn joined Fox Interactive Media. As the corporation’s President, Levinsohn had direct access to top brands like FoxNews.com, FoxSports.com, Fox.com and IGN.
Ross Levinsohn has also been directly affiliated with numerous other well-known companies over the years. Some of these are Yahoo!, Whisper Advisors, Guggenheim Digital Media, Tribune Publishing and The Boston Consulting Group. Through these and other companies that he worked with, Levinsohn had influence over the Hollywood Reporter, the Film Expo Group, AdWeek, the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, Dick Clark Productions, the Clio Awards and the Los Angeles Times.
In Levinsohn’s current role as CEO at Maven, he and his team directly provide essential services to hundreds of top brands. As a result, you can expect him to continue being a powerful influence in the media tech industry.