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Marc Frons

 

Chief Technology Officer, Digital Operations, New York Times (New York)

Marc Frons was named chief technology officer of digital operations for The New York Times Company in June 2006.

 

Chief Technology Officer, Digital Operations, New York Times (New York)

Marc Frons was named chief technology officer of digital operations for The New York Times Company in June 2006.

In this role, Mr. Frons oversees technology and product development at NYTimes.com while continuing to be involved in broader digital strategy initiatives at the company. Under his leadership, NYTimes.com has launched several innovative new products and become a recognized leader among news and information Websites for its creative integration of technology and journalism.

Mr. Frons previously worked at Dow Jones & Company from 2003 until 2006, where he was most recently vice president and chief technology officer for its Consumer Media Group, responsible for online product development and applications.  Before that, he worked at AOL Time Warner from January 2002 to June 2003, first as vice president and general manager of AOL Personal Finance and then as consulting editor for CNN Money.

From 1995 to early 2002, Mr. Frons was editor and chief technology officer of SmartMoney.com.  He also held a variety of senior editor positions at Business Week from 1984 until 1995.  He began his career at Newsweek in 1979.
Mr. Frons has received several awards, including the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) National Magazine Award for Best Interactive Design in 2001, an Online News Association Award in 2000 for Best Interactive Design, and the Web Marketing Association Award for Best Investing Web Site in 1999.

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