new york times co-cl b conv (NYTAB) Key Developments
The New York Times Company Launches T Jobs
Jul 20 15
The New York Times Company announced the launch of T Jobs, a new talent acquisition solution on NYTimes.com that campaigns jobs over a network of more than 1,300 job sites, including local, niche and regional job boards, as well as aggregator sites and social networks. Powered by RealMatch technology, T Jobs is engineered to produce superior job ad performance and deliver high quality candidates to recruiters. The new service features RealMatch’s programmatic ad distribution technology that automatically campaigns job ads on TheJobNetwork to deliver more quality applicants in less time. The combination of The New York Times audience partnered with the vast reach across the TheJobNetwork allows T Jobs to better serve the needs of hiring managers. T Jobs also utilizes RealMatch’s proprietary job-matching technology comprised of highly accurate, artificial intelligence algorithms. For employers, job matching saves recruiters’ time by automatically grading and ranking applicants, instantly identifying qualified resume database matches and alerting them to apply. For job seekers, the matching technology provides a superior user experience and increased engagement by delivering highly relevant jobs which they are both interested in and qualified for. T Jobs may work in conjunction with The Times’s print classified job postings.
The New York Times Company Expands T Brand Studio to London; Names Kaylee King-Balentine as Director of T Brand Studio, International
Jul 10 15
The New York Times Company has announced that it is expanding T Brand Studio to London to offer international clients access to its content marketing services and Paid Post advertising platform.
The company also announced that T Brand Studio in London will be led by Kaylee King-Balentine, who takes up the post of director of T Brand Studio, International. She will lead editorial, creative and video direction on all international content and will work alongside the international sales teams to develop new global business for the Studio. Ms King-Balentine is currently executive video producer for T Brand Studio in New York overseeing all video direction and production. Ms. King-Balentine joined The New York Times in September 2013 as director of sponsored content and is an Emmy Award-winning producer and OMMA and Digiday award-winning director.
The New York Times Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend on the Class A and Class B Common Stock, Payable on July 30, 2015
Jun 11 15
The New York Times company's Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.04 per share on the company's Class A and Class B common stock. The dividend is payable on July 30, 2015, to shareholders of record as of the close of business on July 15, 2015.
The New York Times Company Reports Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2015
May 20 15
The New York Times Company reported earnings results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. Loss from continuing operations before income taxes for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015 was $23.83 million, compared to an income from continuing operations before income taxes of $6.61 million for the same quarter ended March 31, 2014.
The New York Times Company Names Dorothea Herrey as Senior Vice President for the Times’s Event Business, NYT Live
May 6 15
The New York Times Company announced that Dorothea Herrey has been named senior vice president for The Times’s event business, NYT Live. She will join The Times on June 1 from Dow Jones & Company and report to Chief Revenue Officer Meredith Kopit Levien. Ms. Herrey will assume responsibility for the commercial aspects of all Times conferences, TimesTalks and other live events, including production, marketing, digital representation and revenue generation from sponsorship sales and delegate participation. She will work closely on programming with Charles Duhigg, who last week was named senior editor and the newsroom leader for live events. Together, they will expand The Times’s existing global conferences and live programs and identify new ideas for Times journalists to engage with thought leaders on some of the key issues of the day in front of live audiences. Ms. Herrey spent the last eight years at Dow Jones & Company, where since 2008 she has been the head of The Wall Street Journal’s conference business. Responsible for the launch and oversight of the business, she leads the team that produces elite conferences for global leaders in business, politics, technology and other fields. Previously, she worked as a strategy consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and as a venture capitalist at Scripps Ventures.