Common Sense Networks (CSN), a designer of age-appropriate experiences for children, has named Meredith Long chief revenue officer.
Long is “the perfect person to lead the charge as we continue to invest in and redefine the digital ecosystem for kids,” states Eric Berger, chief executive officer of the for-profit arm of Common Sense Media, to whom Long will report.
In her new role, Long will focus on developing safe and scalable solutions to help brands engage kids and families and lead the overall sales effort.
“Rarely do you come across a role that fulfills both your personal and professional values, this opportunity at Common Sense Networks does both,” she states.
Long joins CSN from Quantcast, an AI-driven audience behavior platform for the open Internet. Previously, she served as senior vice president and general manager of Time Inc.’s News, Luxury & Style division. There she developed growth strategies for Time Inc. brands including TIME, Fortune, Money, InStyle, Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure and Departures.
Common Sense Networks has provided family-facing and curation-focused services to a range of media clients including TikTok and YouTube. Last year, it launched Sensical, a free, topic-based streaming platform for kids 2-10.