The New York Times has announced that Todd Haskell '90, vice president of
business development, will assume responsibility for the advertising
functions of NYTimes.com.
In his current role, Haskell has been responsible for the development and
execution of the long-term sales strategy that supports the Media Group
properties, including The New York Times newspaper, the magazines,
NYTimes.com, the International Herald Tribune and WQXR-FM.
He also manages many of the departments that support advertising
revenue growth objectives. His expanded role will add responsibility
for the NYTimes.com sales department, advertising operations and for
enhancing The Times's leadership position in the digital advertising community.
Haskell was named vice president, business development, advertising,
for The New York Times Media Group in December 2005. Previously, Haskell was
executive director of business development for The New York Times newspaper
since August 2004. From 1994 to 2004 he held various positions at Meredith
Corporation, including general manager of Ladies' Home Journal and managing
director of Meredith Integrated Marketing. Haskell joined The New York Times
Company in 1989 as an intern, later becoming an advertising account
manager at McCall's, then part of the company's magazine group.
A history major at
St. Lawrence, Haskell also holds an M.B.A. degree from
Fordham University. He was involved in a wide variety of activities as an
undergraduate at St. Lawrence, including the
Thelomathesian Society, Phi Kappa Sigma
fratnernity, Interfraternity Council and the
Laurentian Singers. Haskell was
also a Dana Scholar and a member of the
history honorary society, and has
been very active as an alumnus volunteer.
Posted: April 19, 2007