Kevin Wassong

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Kevin Wassong is a media executive. He was awarded the Emmy for his work and development of the first animated financial new programs "Hoofy & Boo's News & Views" and "Minyanville's World in Review." [1]

Kevin is President of Minyanville Publishing and Multimedia. He joined the company in 2005.

From 1994 to 1997 Kevin worked on advertising campaigns for Little Caesars, Sun Microsystems, Merrill Lynch and Mercedes Benz. In 1998, Kevin launched the digital marketing arm for J. Walter Thompson in the flagship New York City office, digital@jwt which became a top ten digital marketing organization. He was named by Mediapost as "One of the most influential people in media" in 2004.

Prior to his career in marketing and media he worked as an agent trainee and as an associate to the Chairman of Creative Artists Agency in California and worked on shows such as "The Golden Girls," "Empty Nest" and "Blossom." His writing credits include an episode of "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss" on Nickelodeon.

Kevin grew up in Rye NY and graduated in 1990 from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School.

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  1. ^ "Minyanville Professors". minyanville.com. Retrieved 2014-01-20. 

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