Paul Greenberg (executive)

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Paul Greenberg is the CEO of Butter Works, a digital consulting firm.[1][2] He formerly was Executive Vice-President & General Manager of FYI Network[3] and Executive Vice-President of 45th & Dean, a multiplatform video and audio storytelling hub, at A+E Networks.[4]

Career[edit]

For his work with TV Guide Digital, Greenberg was named to the Hollywood Reporter’s Digital Power 2009 list of top 50 new-media executives.[5]

In 2010, Greenberg signed on with Time Inc. as Digital Lifestyle President,[6] taking over 10 website properties including Real Simple and Health.com. He spent just over seven months at Time before leaving to become CEO of CollegeHumor,[7] which he joined in October 2010 to lead web, social, TV, and mobile efforts.

References[edit]

  1. ^ FYI Chief Paul Greenberg Exits A+E Networks to Launch Consulting Firm (EXCLUSIVE)
  2. ^ Paul Greenberg
  3. ^ Nylon CEO Paul Greenberg to Head FYI Network
  4. ^ A+E Networks Announces 45th & Dean as a Multiplatform Storytelling Hub and Social Media Agency
  5. ^ "Digital Power 2009 - Hollywood Reporter - The Hollywood Reporter". hollywoodreporter.com. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  6. ^ "Meet Paul Greenberg: Time Inc.'s New Digital Lifestyle President - Business Insider". businessinsider.com. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  7. ^ "Time Inc. Digital Head Becomes College Humor CEO - Peter Kafka - Media - AllThingsD". allthingsd.com. Retrieved 2015-07-21.