'Nylon' names its new CEO
The American magazine welcomes a new member
Back in May, Nylon magazine was controversially acquired by an unnamed company run by former Wenner Media publisher Dana Fields and Election.com founder Joe Mohen. However, Mohen only lasted just two weeks as CEO before leaving the company.
Now, Nylon has unveiled its replacement, Paul Greenberg, alongside new editor-in-chief Michelle Lee. Greenberg aims to enable the magazine to move forward from May's turbulent union.
"I am thrilled to join Nylon Media Inc. at such an exciting time. There is tremendous potential in the Nylon brand to create new endeavors across all media platforms. No one can match Nylon's authority with the Millennial audience nor its ability to develop creative and innovative native marketing solutions," said Greenberg