Havens Exits 'Portfolio,' Heads Digital For 'The Atlantic'

  • May 6, 2009
Sure The Atlantic is a venerated, 150-year-old print publication. But do they have someone overseeing digital strategy? They do now. The Atlantic named Scott Havens to the newly created position of vice president, digital strategy and operations.

Havens comes straight from the recently shuttered Condé Nast Portfolio, where he was executive director.

Yesterday, the mag won the Webby Award for Magazine Site of the Year and also took the People's Voice award in that same category.

Havens will work closely with The Atlantic's editorial, sales and technology teams as he oversees TheAtlantic.com's audience development, strategic alliances, business development and digital advertising operations/analytics.--John Capone



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