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October 23, 2009 | Cara Mia DiMassa
The Tournament of Roses announced Thursday that it had picked Scott McKibben as its new executive director, effective Nov. 30. McKibben, executive vice president and chief revenue officer of the Los Angeles Times Media Group, will replace Mitch Dorger, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Though the Tournament of Roses is primarily a volunteer organization, the chief executive manages its day-to-day operations, including personnel, budgeting and sponsorship for both the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl game.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 2009 | Cara Mia DiMassa
The Tournament of Roses announced Thursday that it had picked Scott McKibben as its new executive director, effective Nov. 30. McKibben, executive vice president and chief revenue officer of the Los Angeles Times Media Group, will replace Mitch Dorger, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Though the Tournament of Roses is primarily a volunteer organization, the chief executive manages its day-to-day operations, including personnel, budgeting and sponsorship for both the Rose Parade and the Rose Bowl game.
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BUSINESS
August 4, 2009 | Andrea Chang
The Los Angeles Times Media Group on Monday said three senior executives had been named to new positions that would focus on boosting advertising revenue. Scott McKibben, formerly executive vice president and chief revenue officer, will take a new post as executive vice president of strategic partnerships. In that role, he will be responsible for pursuing revenue opportunities from partnerships.
BUSINESS
August 4, 2009 | Andrea Chang
The Los Angeles Times Media Group on Monday said three senior executives had been named to new positions that would focus on boosting advertising revenue. Scott McKibben, formerly executive vice president and chief revenue officer, will take a new post as executive vice president of strategic partnerships. In that role, he will be responsible for pursuing revenue opportunities from partnerships.
NEWS
November 1, 2013
EDDY W. HARTENSTEIN Publisher and Chief Executive Officer RUSS STANTON Editor Los Angeles Times CHRIS AVETISIAN Chief Financial Officer ROBERT E. BELLACK Executive Vice President, New Ventures JENNIFER BETKA Vice President, Consumer Marketing ANNA MAGZANYAN Vice President, Advertiser Marketing SCOTT McKIBBEN Executive Vice President, Strategic...
BUSINESS
January 13, 2005 | From Associated Press
The Examiner's former owners are suing to regain control of the San Francisco newspaper and other publishing assets, alleging that they were misled into a $20-million sale last year by the betrayal of a former executive. The Fang family, which owned the Examiner for three years, wants a San Mateo County Superior Court judge to nullify the paper's sale to Denver billionaire Philip Anschutz as part of a lawsuit filed against Anschutz and the paper's current publisher, P. Scott McKibben.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 2006 | Glenn F. Bunting, Times Staff Writer
On a warm summer evening in 2004, Philip Anschutz greeted British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott at the $150-million soccer palace Anschutz had created in Carson. After settling into a luxury suite to watch the Los Angeles Galaxy battle the San Jose Earthquakes, Prescott asked Anschutz which side he was rooting for. "He said it didn't matter because he owned the two teams," Prescott recalled in an interview in London.
NEWS
August 26, 2009
Ventura and Los Angeles, Calif. - August 24, 2009 - The Ventura County Star and the Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) today announced their participation in a late-week total market coverage advertising insert program, providing an effective distribution solution with targeted reach to 95,000 East Ventura County households, plus Fillmore and Mission Oaks. "We're pleased to be able to offer this combined preprint package to our advertisers and our community," said George Cogswell, President and Publisher of the Ventura County Star.
SPORTS
June 22, 2010 | David Wharton and Melissa Rohlin, Staff and Wire Reports
The Rose Bowl game needs a new presenting sponsor after Citi, the financial conglomerate that had put its name on the New Year's Day event for the last seven years, decided not to renew. Though the Tournament of Roses has some say in the matter, ESPN handles the negotiations because it owns the broadcast rights. Citi's decision to walk away appeared to result from several factors, including an uncertain economy and the fact that ESPN, having acquired the rights to all the Bowl Championship Series games, has asked for a broader commitment from sponsors, a Rose Bowl official said.
BUSINESS
August 27, 2008 | Martin Zimmerman, Times Staff Writer
Newspaper industry veteran Scott McKibben on Tuesday was named executive vice president, chief revenue officer, for the Los Angeles Times Media Group, filling a job considered key to reviving the company's flagging financial fortunes. The appointment of McKibben is the first major move by new Times Publisher Eddy Hartenstein. McKibben most recently was president and publisher of the Gazette in Colorado Springs, Colo., and vice president of the central region of Freedom Communications, overseeing the Gazette and four other papers.
BUSINESS
March 15, 2004 | From Associated Press
The Examiner, once a prosperous San Francisco newspaper under the reign of magnate William Randolph Hearst, is setting out to end decades of decay after being bought by billionaire Philip Anschutz, another empire builder with an enormous appetite for success.
SPORTS
April 27, 2011 | Chris Dufresne
Reporting from New Orleans Is it a crisis, or just Bowl Championship Series business as unusual? January's national title game featured teams currently under NCAA investigation and was staged by a bowl, the Fiesta, beset by alleged financial improprieties. Auburn (Cam Newton recruitment probe ongoing) and Oregon (recruiting service payments called into question) got to the title game through a complex rankings system that, because of a computer operator's error, had two teams in the wrong order.
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