Ross Levinsohn Is the Natural Choice for Maven’s CEO Position


Ross LevinsohnRoss Levinsohn has spent the last 36 years working as an innovator and leader in the space where technology and media overlap, so he was a natural option for Maven when it needed a new CEO in 2000. Before launching his impressive career, Levinsohn excelled in classes at American University. He graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications before getting his feet wet in the industry with a few progressively more advanced positions.

By 1990, he was tapped by HBO to serve as Director of Production and Marketing. This high-level position made him notably influential over the company’s content, and this influence only expanded as he stepped into his following positions as General Manager at Alta Vista and President at Fox Interactive Media. In fact, while Ross Levinsohn was with Fox Interactive Media, he was responsible for leading online brands like, IGN,, and more.

With his impressive work ethic, his exceptional leadership abilities and his drive for progressive momentum, his career took him on a series of exciting positions at many notable companies before he landed the CEO position at Maven. These executive-level roles have been at The Boston Consulting Group, Guggenheim Digital Media, Whisper Advisors, Thryv, Tribune Publishing Company and Yahoo! Through these prominent positions, Ross Levinsohn expanded his influence in the field. Collectively, these roles placed him over brands like the New York Daily News, the Film Expo Group, the Los Angeles Times, the Clio Awards, Dick Clark Productions, the Baltimore Sun, AdWeek, the Hollywood Reporter and more.

More recently, he has joined both Sports Illustrated and Maven as Chief Executive Officer. Maven provides quality services to more than 300 brands, and some of these are Maxim, Ski Magazine, and more. This company delivers monetization and back-end services to its clients through a digitalized platform. Ross Levinsohn continues to be an industry leader to watch.

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