Just after seven several years at Twitter, Nick Sallon is leaving the nest to join Bloomberg Media as the company’s to start with main partnerships officer.
Sallon will join Bloomberg in August 2022 in the newly created position, reporting to CEO M. Scott Havens. Sallon will oversee the company’s world wide company teams dependable for multiplatform video clip and audio expansion, world-wide partnerships, content material licensing and distribution, and organization shopper subscription income.
Most a short while ago, Sallon was Twitter’s worldwide head of longform partnerships and had earlier held positions as head of U.S. news partnerships and GM of stay online video information. At Twitter, he negotiated dozens of video clip distribution specials and co-produced programming for a slate of unique written content franchises including Bloomberg Media’s “Quicktake,” BuzzFeed News’ “AM to DM” and the Wall Street Journal’s “What’s Now” collection.
At Bloomberg Media, reporting to Sallon will be Soo Kang, world-wide head of distribution and partnerships, and Travis Winkler, at present present worldwide head of organization enhancement and progress who will step into a new part as GM of movie and audio.
“As Bloomberg Media proceeds to develop and innovate at an unprecedented charge, we continue being firmly dedicated to investing in earth-course expertise and leadership, and optimizing our groups, construction, and procedures,” Havens claimed in a statement. “As this sort of, I’m thrilled to welcome Nick to Bloomberg Media and am assured that his useful encounter, and his deep appreciation of our cultural values, will assist accelerate this growth.”
Sallon commented: “The chance to assist Bloomberg make on its initiatives to increase, distribute and monetize its world portfolio of substantial quality organization information and information material is incredibly remarkable and I can not wait around to get begun.”
Prior to becoming a member of Twitter in 2015, Sallon was amongst the 1st staff members of Aereo, the now-defunct Barry Diller-backed tech business that let subscribers stream reside and time-shifted streams of around-the-air Television networks (which broadcasters sued into bankruptcy).
Sallon holds a bachelor’s degree in politics from the University of Bristol and an MBA from London Business enterprise School. Sallon lives in Harlem with his wife and son. He speaks fluent French, conversational Spanish and Swedish, and standard Brazilian Portuguese.