The New York Times, the newspaper with arguably the most impressive online offerings, is losing its senior vice president of digital operations.
Martin Nisenholtz, who founded NYTimes.com, is leaving the company, Om Malik reports.
According to his company bio, Nisenholtz “is responsible for the strategy development, operations and management of The New York Times Company’s digital properties.”
Under his tenure, NYTimes.com has grown from a mirror of the daily print product to its own robust editorial enterprise.
Nisenholtz played a key role in rolling out the metered wall, which has been viewed as a success.
The timing of his departure likely means the initial phase of the paywall debut is complete. He led the process and now it’s time to let someone else see it through. We wish Nisenholtz the best of luck wherever he turns up next.
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