NEW YORK, Dec. 14, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Minyanville Media Inc., the fast growing, Emmy Award-winning, financial media company, today announced the hiring of Bradford Campeau-Laurion as the Chief Technology Officer.
Campeau-Laurion brings nearly a decade of experience as a thought leader in the online media space. Prior to Minyanville Media, Brad led software development and product teams for Forbes.com. Most recently, Brad was CTO of Louise Blouin Media where he reorganized IT operations and started the redesign process for all of their online properties.
"We're extremely excited to add Brad to the strategic team driving Minyanville Media forward. He brings a depth of experience in digital publishing and technology that will help us create a better experience for our readers, clients and strategic partners," President of Minyanville Media, Kevin Wassong, said.
"Minyanville Media has assembled a remarkable, talented team that is producing some of the best business and finance content in the industry. As this company continues to move forward, I look forward to the challenge of building the next generation technology platform to support both current products and new ones on the horizon. This is a key time in the growth of Minyanville and I am excited to be a part of it," said Campeau Laurion.
Minyanville Media creates branded business content that informs, entertains and educates all generations about the worlds of business and finance. With more than 1.3MM unique visitors and 8-10MM per month, Minyanville provides a portfolio of content, video, applications and subscription products geared toward the professional and active trading and investing audience. Licensed by many of the world's largest financial institutions, Minyanville provides lead-edge solutions and content that generates ideas and builds community. Minyanville's written content is featured daily on Yahoo! AOL, MSN, Dow Jones MarketWatch and Bloomberg and its video content is featured weekly on Yahoo!, Bloomberg TV and Nightly Business Report.
SOURCE Minyanville Media Inc.