Sling TV’s Old CEO is Now The CEO of The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Wired, GQ, & More

Today it was announced that Roger Lynch is now the new CEO of Conde Nast. Roger Lynch is best known as the president of Sling TV for the first few years of its development and launch. After that, he took over as CEO of Pandora and is credited with turning the company around. Now he is taking over as CEO of Conde Nast who owns a number of publications.

Now in his role as CEO Roger Lynch is the new running a company that owns AllureArchitectural DigestArs TechnicaBackchannelBon AppétitBridesCondé Nast TravelerEpicuriousGlamourGolf DigestGQPitchforkSelfTeen VogueThe New YorkerVanity FairVogueW, and Wired.

“I have long admired the extraordinary, award-winning content produced by Condé Nast,” said Lynch. “The company is home to some of the most culturally-significant and iconic media brands in the world. As a newly combined global company, we have the opportunity to accelerate the evolution of the consumer experiences and value we deliver to our audiences and partners around the world. I’m very excited to work alongside the talented, passionate and creative team at Condé Nast as we drive the next phase of the company’s growth.”

“After conducting a thorough search for an executive to run the combined Condé Nast US and Condé Nast International, we believe Roger is the right person to lead Condé Nast during our new phase of global integration, growth and transformation. Roger is a transformative leader with significant international experience and a proven track record building companies at the evolving intersection of media and technology. His strong business acumen, relevant experience, and ability to unite a team around a common purpose to drive results make him a clear choice for our next CEO.” Said Jonathan Newhouse, board chairman at Conde Nast.

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