Drew Schutte Named SVP and Chief Revenue Officer of Condé Nast Digital
Drew Schutte has been named senior vice president and chief revenue officer of Condé Nast Digital effective immediately, according to an announcement by the company yesterday.
Schutte, who has served as VP and publisher of The New Yorker since Jan. 2008, will be responsible for all sales and marketing for Condé Nast Digital. He will manage the newly consolidated digital sales team and work closely with the publishers on integrated sales throughout all of the company's titles.
"Drew has a proven track record of selling online and print -- as well as an understanding of the complexity of selling integrated campaigns -- which makes him uniquely qualified for the job," said Charles Townsend, president and CEO of Condé Nast.
Prior to joining The New Yorker, Schutte was VP and publishing director of Wired Media. He joined the magazine in 1994 as west coast advertising manager. Before joining Wired, Schutte spent three years at Business Week and prior to that was east coast Manager for PC Week and west coast manager for Inc.
Condé Nast also announced that Lisa Hughes is being named vice president and publisher of The New Yorker. Her position is effective immediately.
"Lisa is an experienced publisher, a strategic thinker, and an innovative marketer who is inherently well-suited to lead the business side of The New Yorker," Townsend said.