Veteran Time Inc. Exec Jed Hartman Heading to Bezos's Washington Post

Time Inc., the nation's the largest magazine publisher, is losing one of its top business-side execs to The Washington Post. The executive, Jed Hartman, who is group publisher of news and business at Time Inc., is joining the Post as its chief revenue officer.The departure costs Time Inc. an executive with more than a decade of experience at the company. And Mr. Hartman -- who oversees advertising, marketing and event sales for Time, Fortune and Money magazines and their websites -- has recently been a fulcrum of change at a company bent on radically reinventing itself as more than just a print publisher. This year, for instance, Mr. Hartman helped lead Fortune and Money magazine's separation from CNNMoney.com. He also helped steer the redesign of Time.com.Earlier this year, Mr. Hartman was in the running for the role of executive VP of advertising sales at Time Inc., a company wide role similar to chief revenue officer. But he was passed over for Mark Ford, who led the company's sports group, including Sports Illustrated. Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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