October 11, 2016 Last Updated 3:49 pm

Time Inc. names Judith Hammerman Vice President, Global Data Commercialization

Hammerman was most recently Vice President, National Sales of Connexity, and before that Director, AOL Originals and Branded Experiences

NEW YORK, NY – October 11, 2016 — Time Inc. today named Judith Hammerman Vice President, Global Data Commercialization, reporting to Brad Elders, President, Digital Sales, effective immediately. In this new cross-functional role, Hammerman will bring together Time Inc.’s brands and businesses to drive the monetization of commercial data and provide advertisers with solutions across platforms. She was most recently Vice President, National Sales of Connexity.

“At this dynamic time in our industry, her deep knowledge across businesses, digital experience and strong understanding of Time Inc.’s brands will be an asset as we continue to expand our multiplatform offerings for advertisers.”
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“Judith is a digital sales and marketing leader with a proven track record of growing sales revenue across video, programmatic and data,” said Elders. “At this dynamic time in our industry, her deep knowledge across businesses, digital experience and strong understanding of Time Inc.’s brands will be an asset as we continue to expand our multiplatform offerings for advertisers.”

Hammerman, who spent seven years at Time Inc. earlier in her career, commented: “I’m delighted to be returning to Time Inc. at this important point in its transformation. Now more than ever, we have a tremendous opportunity to commercialize our data capabilities, given our size, scale and recent, important acquisitions in the data space. I look forward to working with Brad and companywide leadership to leverage Time Inc.’s premium content, data and insights.”

During Hammerman’s tenure at Connexity, she was responsible for the integration of three acquisitions and for achieving revenue growth each year. She has also held executive roles in video and branded content at AOL during their key time of transformation. Earlier at Time Inc. Hammerman served in a variety of sales roles on behalf of Fortune, CNN Money and Time Inc. women’s properties. She received her MBA from Columbia Business School and Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, with a focus on technology.

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