Episode 53 - How The New York Times Successfully Pivoted to Subscription-based Business at Scale. Amy Weisenbach, NYT
Manage episode 363763575 series 3253704
In this episode of the Time for a Reset podcast, Paul Frampton is joined by Amy Weisenbach, SVP and Head of Marketing at The New York Times. The conversation cuts across multiple marketing touchpoints, including NYT pivoting to a paid subscription model, the role of marketing in driving business growth and building brand value, and marketing strategies in a headwind environment. Amy also touches on the hot topic of marketing’s role in ensuring identity and data privacy and offers valuable advice for young marketing professionals.
You can also get an excellent overview of the main highlights and discussion points by reading our blog piece of the episode.
Join them as they:
- Discuss how marketing must use every touchpoint to build brand value and drive growth
- Talk about marketing strategies in a headwind business environment
- Examine the intersection of marketing, technology, identity, and privacy
- The importance of marketing internally within an organization
- Share valuable advice for upcoming marketing professionals
Amy Weisenbach is the SVP and Head of Marketing at The New York Times. Amy and her team are responsible for all consumer marketing, including campaigns for The New York Times News, Games, Cooking, Wirecutter, Audio, and the All Access bundle. Previously Amy led marketing for Wilson Sporting Goods, the world’s leading manufacturer of sports equipment and has also spent six years as a marketing leader at Unilever. She attended Harvard Business School and was previously voted in the top 50 CMOs in America by Campaign.
The full transcript is available here.