Golden Peak Media Names Jeffrey Litvack As CEO

Golden Peak Media, the Colorado-based publisher in the craft and fine-arts markets, announced that industry veteran Jeffrey Litvack has been named CEO, effective today. 

Litvack, who most recently was CEO of Adweek, succeeds Greg Osberg, who has served as CEO since the company's founding in July 2019, after the selloff of F+W Media. 
Litvack has led several digital transformations at iconic publishing brands. In addition to Adweek, where he oversaw five years of consistent double-digit annual growth and the launch of 40 new products, he's been acting CEO of Robb Report, a group president at ALM, and a general manager at the Associated Press. 
"I’m excited at the opportunity to work with the Golden Peak team,” Litvack said in a press statement. “The company has an employee base who are experts in their fields, a large base of dedicated customers who are passionate about their crafts, and a rich library of content. We will build on a long legacy of excellence in print with new digital products, event offerings and membership models.”



Golden Peak Chairman Terry O’Toole said: “Jeff has the vision, experience and drive to lead us in the next exciting phase of our growth. I also want to thank Greg for being a great partner in launching Golden Peak and look forward to his continued support as an advisor to the company.”

Osberg noted of Litvak: “His deep experience and successful track record in digital media will bring both immediate and long-term dividends to the company and staff.”
Golden Peak was formed when it acquired the crafts and arts assets of F+W. Osberg had been the CEO of F+W for a year before the sale. The company is backed by Macanta Investments, of which O'Toole is the principal. Macanta was also an investor in F+W. 

The company, based in Golden, Colorado, publishes 15 magazines, including Love of Quilting and Artists Magazine. It has more than 5,000 digital videos and 15,000 digital patterns.

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