Bloomberg Media hires first chief partnerships officer

Bloomberg Media has hired Twitter executive Nick Sallon as the company’s first chief partnerships officer, reports Todd Spangler of Variety.

Spangler reports, “Sallon will join Bloomberg in August 2022 in the newly created position, reporting to CEO M. Scott Havens. Sallon will oversee the company’s global business teams responsible for multiplatform video and audio expansion, global partnerships, content licensing and distribution, and enterprise consumer subscription sales.

“Most recently, Sallon was Twitter’s global head of longform partnerships and had previously held positions as head of U.S. news partnerships and GM of live video news. At Twitter, he negotiated dozens of video distribution deals and co-developed programming for a slate of original content franchises including Bloomberg Media’s ‘Quicktake,’ BuzzFeed News’ ‘AM to DM’ and the Wall Street Journal’s ‘What’s Now’ series.”

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