Kinsey Wilson currently serves as Advisor to the President and CEO of the NY Times. Prior to this, he held role of EVP Product and Technology, Editor for Innovation and Strategy. Here's a brief summary of his responsibilities in that role: "Principal digital officer for The New York Times, operating at the intersection of news and business. As a member of the executive committee, Kinsey led a team of more than 900 technologists, designers, product managers, data analysts and editors responsible for guiding the company’s digital strategy and for creating products that give expression to New York Times journalism. During this period, The Times saw its audience grow to over 100 million monthly unique users and more than two million paying digital subscribers." Previously, he held similar positions with NPR and USA Today, including Editor-in-Chief of USAToday.com. At NPR, Kinsey oversaw NPR’s worldwide news gathering, programming and digital operations. He positioned NPR as a leading digital innovator and pioneered new forms of radio listening including NPR One, a popular one-touch digital listening platform. During this period, NPR’s journalism was recognized with major awards including the duPont-Columbia, Peabody and Emmy awards. At USA Today, Kinsey had shared responsibility for a 460-person worldwide news gathering organization. He was responsible for strategic planning, product development and day-to-day news management of print and online operations.
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