CHICAGO, Sept. 20 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Tribune Interactive today announced the appointment of Mike Glickenhaus to executive vice president/products and solutions, effective immediately.
Glickenhaus will lead the business-to-business sales effort for Tribune Interactive’s products and services line, including Power to the Producer (P2P), an online content management system, and Media on Demand (MoD), the company’s print and digital content syndication offering.
“Our multi-platform product line provides key solutions for most media companies out there,” said Marc Chase, president of Tribune Interactive. “With more than 25 years experience in broadcast, digital media and technology, Mike is the right choice to bring these innovations to market and share them with the rest of the industry.”
Prior to joining Tribune, Glickenhaus held sales and leadership roles including serving as president and chief executive officer at VMIX, a leader in online video platforms and media management systems for media, entertainment and enterprise. His extensive experience also includes senior management positions at Jacor and Noble Broadcast Group, as well as being the founder, president and chief executive officer of Finest City Broadcasting.
“Tribune Interactive has a clear vision of the future and a strong commitment to reinvention and revolution, and I’m very excited to be a part of that team,” said Glickenhaus. “Since one size definitely does not fit all, our flexible and customizable solutions give our clients exactly what they need to increase their online activity, streamline their expenses, and drive the return on their investment.”
Glickenhaus takes over for John Martin, who joins Tribune Interactive’s research and marketing department as vice president, and will focus on new external research and marketing initiatives.
TRIBUNE is America’s largest employee-owned media company, operating businesses in publishing, interactive and broadcasting. In publishing, Tribune’s leading daily newspapers include the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Sun Sentinel (South Florida), Orlando Sentinel, Hartford Courant, Morning Call and Daily Press. The company’s broadcasting group operates 23 television stations, WGN America on national cable and Chicago’s WGN-AM. Popular news and information websites complement Tribune’s print and broadcast properties and extend the company’s nationwide audience. At Tribune we take what we do seriously and with a great deal of pride. We also value the creative spirit and nurture a corporate culture that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
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