SAY Media Names TIME Magazine Worldwide Publisher As New President

Effective September 1, 2012, Kimberly Kelleher, TIME Magazine Worldwide publisher, will be the new president of SAY Media. SAY Media's current president, Troy Young, will vacate his position at the end of July to pursue new career opportunities. He will maintain a role at the company as special advisor to the CEO.

In her new role, according to the company's press release, Kelleher will "manage and execute SAY's overall business strategy while leading the company's sales, marketing, media solutions and content operations teams."

Prior to joining TIME, Kelleher was VP and publisher at Sports Illustrated. Earlier in her career she held positions at Conde Nast publications, as well as Hachette Filipacchi Media publications.

"I'm very excited to welcome Kim to SAY," Matt Sanchez, CEO of SAY Media, said in the release. "Our success is rooted in delivering high quality media products for a digital age and our ability to help advertisers engage with incredibly passionate audiences -- the loyal readers of our growing portfolio of publications."

Kelleher will join the San Francisco-based company in their New York offices.

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