Ross Levinsohn has long been at the center of transformation and innovation in the media and technology spaces. Best known for his roles at Yahoo and Fox, Ross has served as CEO of a number of high profile brands -- driving change, culture and results.
Prior to joining Maven, Ross served as CEO of Tribune Interactive, the digital arm of Tribune Publishing, publisher of more than 100 titles including the LA Times, Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News, after having served as CEO for the Los Angeles Times.
At Yahoo, Ross served as interim CEO, overseeing all aspects of the internet pioneer with more than $5 billion of revenue and a $20 billion market cap. Prior to being named to that post, he was head of Global Media, and executive vice president of the Americas region.
Ross also served as the president of News Corporation's Fox Interactive Media, where he helped grow their digital business to the most engaged set of web properties in the United States.
Among his other roles, Ross has served as CEO of Guggenheim Digital Media, managing The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard Magazine, and Ad Week; a managing director of media and technology venture fund Fuse Capital; and an executive at HBO. He began his digital career at CBS Sportsline. He also served as a senior advisor at Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Levinsohn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from The American University, where he served as a member of its Board of Trustees.