OLD Media Moves

Ad Age publisher Golden is leaving

March 2, 2021

Posted by Chris Roush

Josh Golden

Josh Golden is departing as president and publisher of Ad Age to pursue new opportunities.

A story on its website states, “KC Crain, president and CEO of Ad Age parent company Crain Communications Inc., will serve as interim publisher as the company conducts a search for Golden’s replacement.

“‘We thank Josh for all of his hard work and passion in leading Ad Age over the past five years and wish him nothing but the best going forward,’’ said Crain. ‘As the leading news and information resource for marketing executives worldwide, Ad Age is well positioned for its next phase of growth.’’

“Golden was named publisher of Ad Age in 2016 after serving as VP-global digital marketing at Xerox. Before Xerox, his 15-year agency-side career highlights include serving in key leadership positions in large agencies such as chief digital officer at Grey New York, managing director, digital at Euro RSCG and interactive strategist at Y&R New York. In between agency stints, he started up NBC Universal’s digital offering as the group director of NBC Universal’s digital marketing team.”

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