Maven provides essential services to more than 300 well-known brands, and these services include support through backend digital services and monetization services. The company required a strong leader with a true pulse on the media tech industry, and it has naturally selected Ross Levinsohn for the job. As Chief Executive Officer at Maven, Levinsohn brings more than 35 years of professional experience, a strong work ethic and a fearless drive for innovation to the table. Before launching his career, he studied to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree with a focus on Communications from American University.
Levinsohn graduated from college in 1985 with an eagerness to make a difference in the media technology space that he chose to work in. His first high-level position was with HBO as Director of Production and Marketing. From there, he moved into the role of Vice President of Programming at CBS Sportsline. His early career also included time as General Manager at Alta Vista. After spending more than a year in this position, he stepped into the role of President at Fox Interactive Media. There, he was responsible for several notable brands, and some of these included Fox.com, FoxSports.com, FoxNews.com, MySpace and IGN.
The 35-year career of Ross Levinsohn has included high-level positions at many other notable media tech companies as well. Thryv, Tribune Publishing Company, The Boston Consulting Group, Whisper Advisors, Yahoo!, Guggenheim Digital Media and others have benefited from Levinsohn’s expertise. Collectively through these positions, Levinsohn has been linked with the Baltimore Sun, the Orlando Sentinel, the New York Daily News, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune, the Clio Awards, Dick Clark Productions, Hollywood Reporter, Adweek, the Film Expo Group and more.
Most recently, Ross Levinsohn has taken on the role of Chief Executive Officer at Maven. In addition, Levinsohn’s expertise is being utlized as the CEO at Sports Illustrated.