The Los Angeles Business Journal has hired Scott Robson as its new editor.
A story on its website states, “He will lead the Business Journal’s newsgathering efforts and help develop fresh connections with readers.
“‘I’m honored to be joining the Los Angeles Business Journal, and I’m looking forward to continuing the organization’s rich history of quality journalism,’ Robson said. ‘This is an incredibly exciting time to be covering business in L.A., which is home to some of the world’s smartest people and most innovative companies. We’ll make sure that the Business Journal reflects the energy of this unique community, tells the stories that matter and helps drive the conversation.’
“Robson has an extensive background leading teams across print and digital platforms. He has served as editor-in-chief of Yahoo Entertainment and AOL’s Moviefone, and led The Envelope for the Los Angeles Times. He also served as a content executive at MTV and Nielsen. Immediately prior to his appointment at the Business Journal, Robson was principal at Jermaine Media, a consulting company specializing in digital strategy and content creation.”
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