Serving more than 300 key brands, Maven is a single-platform provider of digital services. These services include both monetization support and back-end services. The company needed a strong, capable leader to ensure that it continued to meet its clients’ needs and to take the operation forward successfully. Ross Levinsohn was hired to be the company’s Chief Executive Officer in August 2020. As a leader who brings both passion and more than 36 years of experience with him, he is the ideal person for the position.
Before Ross Levinsohn launched his exceptional career at the intersection of technology and media, he attended American University. After graduating in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, he took on a few roles in his field to gain momentum, expertise and valuable professional skills. In 1990, HBO hired Levinsohn as Director of Production and Marketing. After working for HBO for several years in an influential position, he continued to demonstrate his passion for innovation as Alta Vista’s General Manager and later as Fox Interactive Media’s President. In fact, while he filled the top position at Fox Interactive Media, he was responsible for FoxNews.com, IGN, FoxSports.com and Fox.com.
Ross Levinsohn continued his career at a series of notable companies before he joined Maven. The companies that he held prominent executive positions at include Tribune Publishing, Whisper Advisors, The Boston Consulting Group, Yahoo!, Guggenheim Digital Media and Thryv. Through these collective roles, Levinsohn’s passion and drive influenced entities like the Film Expo Group, the Baltimore Sun, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Daily News, the Clio Awards, AdWeek, the Hollywood Reporter and Dick Clark Productions.
Throughout his decades-long career, Ross Levinsohn’s professional drive has been on full display. At the same time, he has gained essential experience that now empowers him to be a strong leader at Maven. This company serves brands like Maxim, History.com, Ski Magazine and hundreds of others.