Media Moves

Investopedia makes three editorial hires

August 22, 2016

Posted by Chris Roush

InvestopediaInvestopedia.com has made several new additions to its content team as the IAC-owned website continues to grow its editorial efforts under vice president of content Caleb Silver.

Ruth Konigsberg joined in July as the Senior supervising editor of news and investing. She was previously the director of content and communications at Arden Asset Management, and spent several years as a columnist and editor at Time.com, Money.com, Elle magazine and Hearst magazines.

Eujin Measson joined this week as Investopedia’s first ever director of audience engagement. She comes to Investopedia from IBT Media, where she was the head of audience insights for the past two years. She worked at Time Inc., prior to that, in several audience development and analytics roles across Time.com, SI.com, CNNMoney.com and Fortune.com.

Emily Smykal also joined this week as a writer/editor for Investopedia’s Advisor Insights platform, producing content for and about financial advisors. Smykal has an advanced degree in financial planning from New York University and was formerly the head of audience engagement at Kapitall.

“We are delighted to have Ruth, Emily and Eujin join our talented team at Investopedia,” said Silver in an email to Talking Biz News. “We are fortunate to work for a publisher that is growing and believes in our content strategy and our mission to help our millions of users make smarter investing decisions.”

Silver joined Investopedia in January to expand the 16-year-old website’s content offerings, develop original programming and expand its user base.

 

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