Kevin M. Maljak has joined The Washington Times digital sales group as Account Director effective August 20th, 2012. Kevin will work on targeted sales opportunities for Washingtontimes.com, times247.com and the company’s email marketing programs.
Kevin began his sales career at The Washington Times where he was one of the early members of The Times’ digital sales team.
Since that time he has held senior sales positions with The Washington Examiner and townhall.com. He brings a high level of experience in advocacy advertising having worked with associations, advertising agencies and media purchasing firms.
Eric Getzinger, Digital Sales Director for The Washington Times said, “We are very excited to have Kevin join our team. He brings a wealth of experience across a number of news and information properties and has deep contacts within the issue and advocacy areas. Kevin has a proven track record of new business development and relationship building. His contributions will span a number of media verticals including digital, print and broadcast.”
“Adding Kevin Maljak to The Washington Times digital sales group is another indication of the strength of the company’s digital and email marketing programs in Washington and across the United States,” said Thomas Culligan, Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer for The Washington Times.
Kevin has a wide range of media experience in digital and print media as well as sponsorship programs. He receives high grades from advertisers for his strategic planning skills and customer satisfaction.
He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and lives in La Plata, Maryland.
The Washington Times LLC is a newspaper and multi-media company headquartered in Washington, D.C. It publishes The Washington Times, Washington Times National Weekly, washingtontimes.com and Times247.com. It has gained a reputation for thorough news coverage, hard-hitting investigative reporting and exacting commentary. The afternoon drive show “Andy Parks: Live From The Washington Times” enjoys ever-increasing popularity in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It can be heard in the Washington area on 730 AM and 102.9 FM from 3:00-6:00 PM.
For more information, please contact:
Marana Moore, Director of Public Relations