Todd R. Haskell
Todd is the Vice President – Advertising for The New York Times. In this role, he is responsible for all advertising revenue on NYTimes.com, the leading news site on the web, reaching 50+ million unique readers each month (ComScore). Additionally, Todd is also responsible for cross-platform sales (print, online and mobile) for several large categories at The Times, including American fashion, international fashion, fashion & jewelry stores, department stores and The Times’ sales offices in Europe and Asia.
Todd joined The New York Times Company in 1989 as an intern, later becoming an advertising account manager at McCall's. From 1994 to 2004, he worked for Meredith Corporation in numerous positions, including General Manager of Ladies' Home Journal (where he managed circulation, production, finance and operations) and Managing Director of Meredith Integrated Marketing. He also served as General Manager for the 1998 launch of MORE Magazine, the successful title serving the baby boomer audience. Todd returned to The New York Times Company in 2004 to manage the Business Development function in advertising, and became responsible for all online sales activities in 2007.
Mr. Haskell earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from St. Lawrence University in 1990 and an M.B.A. degree from Fordham University in 1997. He resides in Manhattan with his wife Angela.