Jason R. Krebs Named Vice-President of Online Sales, Conde Nast
NEW YORK — Jason R. Krebs has been named Vice-President, Online Sales, Conde Nast Media Group-Interactive, it was announced today by Richard Beckman, President, Conde Nast Media Group. His appointment is effective immediately. E[acute accent]The newly-formed CNMG-Interactive unit will be responsible for creating and selling cross-property online ad packages for CondeNet and other Conde Nast online initiatives. The unit will support the efforts of the CondeNet sales and marketing teams and pursue new cross-platform campaigns to grow online revenues both from existing accounts and from new prospects. E[acute accent]”Advertisers are increasingly turning to us to develop and execute sophisticated, multi-channel campaigns,” said Beckman. “We are very excited to have a seasoned executive lead a dedicated team that will work with our advertising clients to leverage our significant web assets.” E[acute accent]Krebs joins Conde Nast from the New York Times, where he was the Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for NYTimes.com. Previously, Krebs was the Vice-President and General Manager, overseeing the classified businesses at NYTimes.com, Boston.com, and newyorktoday.com, where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations. Krebs began his interactive career in 1995 on the product development team for Time Warner Cable’s shopping applications. E[acute accent]Conde Nast Publications includes Conde Nast Magazines, Fairchild Publications, Golf Digest Publications, Conde Nast Business Media Group, CondeNet, Conde Nast Media Group, and The Shared Services Centers.
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