Media Matters with the President of the New York Times
Part of the AustCham MGSM CEO Forum Series | Hosted by AustCham Marketing and Media Network & AustCham Young Executive Network
Media Matters with the President of the New York TimesPart of the AustCham MGSM CEO Forum Series | Hosted by AustCham Marketing and Media Network & AustCham Young Executive Network
Part of the AustCham MGSM CEO Forum Series
Under C.E.O. Mark Thompson’s leadership, The New York Times has evolved from a traditional American newspaper to a leading global digital news organization, adding millions of paid digital subscriptions around the world. But the media landscape that prompted those dramatic changes is still in upheaval, creating an existential moment for journalism. Mr. Thompson will explore some of the biggest challenges ahead, including the intensified repression of journalists around the world, the profound change in how consumers look for news and commentary, and the vital role of investigative journalism in serving an expanding international audience. You will also have a chance to meet our guest speaker Stephen Dunbar Johnson, President of The New York Times International.
This event will be held at The China Club Hong Kong. Please ensure that you adhere to the strict dress code, which can be viewed here.
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Tue, April 09, 2019
12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Private Function Room, 13/F, The China Club, The Old Bank of China Building Bank Street, Central, Hong Kong
President & CEO, The New York Times Company
Mark Thompson became president and chief executive officer of The New York Times Company on November 12, 2012. He is responsible for leading the Company’s strategy, operations and business units, and working closely with the chairman to direct the vision of the company. Mr. Thompson has been instrumental in accelerating the pace of The Times’s digital transformation. Under his leadership, The Times became the first news organization in the world to pass the one million digital-only subscription mark. The company has also introduced a new era of international growth, launched an industry leading branded content studio and invested in virtual reality, producing some of the most celebrated work in this emerging medium.
President, International, The New York Times Company
Stephen Dunbar-Johnson is the president, international of The New York Times Company. Stephen is responsible for the oversight and strategic development of the Times Company’s international businesses. Dunbar-Johnson was appointed president, international for the New York Times Company in October 2013 to lead the global expansion of The Company. Prior to The Times, Dunbar-Johnson was Publisher of the International Herald Tribune (IHT), a position he assumed in January 2008. Before joining the IHT in 1998, he held various business development roles in the UK, France and the US over twelve years at the Financial Times. He was educated at Worth School and Kent University in the U.K. and has completed an executive management program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Sulzberger program at the Columbia School of Journalism.