Haskell '90 Named Senior VP at Hearst Magazines Digital Media

NEW YORK — Hearst Magazines announced the appointment of Todd R. Haskell '90 to the new role of senior vice president, chief revenue officer, Hearst Magazines Digital Media.

Haskell holds a bachelor’s degree in history from St. Lawrence University and an M.B.A. degree from Fordham University.

The announcement was made by Michael Clinton, president, marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, to whom Haskell will report.
Haskell, 44, will be responsible for driving the sales and marketing revenue for Hearst Magazines Digital Media’s 24 sites, including magazine brand sites,, and and pure-play digital brands including Hearst Magazines Digital Media had 50 million unique visitors and generated 632 million total page views in June (Adobe Site Catalyst).
“Hearst Magazines Digital Media is in growth mode, and Todd’s leadership and expertise in digital advertising, publishing and business development will continue the forward momentum,” Clinton said. “Working closely with HMDM content and product groups, Todd and his team will help marketers build effective multiplatform experiences to engage their consumers in exciting new ways.”
Since 2007, Haskell was group vice president, advertising for, the leading news site on the Web, reaching 50 million unique global readers each month (ComScore), responsible for all advertising revenue as well as cross-platform sales for American and international fashion, retail, travel, culture and sales offices in Europe and Asia. From 2004 to 2007, he managed advertising business development at The New York Times. Haskell worked for Meredith Corporation in a variety of positions from 1994 to 2004, including general manager of Ladies' Home Journal, overseeing circulation, production, finance and operations, and managing director of Meredith Integrated Marketing. He also served as general manager for the 1998 launch of MORE. Haskell began his career as an advertising account manager at McCall's.

“These are the most dynamic content brands in the world,” Haskell said. “The quality and variety of content is unmatched, and I’m thrilled to work with the HMDM team to further Hearst’s leadership position in key online advertising segments including men, young women, fashion/luxury and women's service."