Quantcast Hires Former Time Inc. Exec Meredith Long as Chief Revenue Officer

AI tech company builds up publisher-focused resources

Long will report to COO Rob Horler. - Credit by Getty Images
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Artificial intelligence-fueled platform Quantcast announced today that it has hired Meredith Long as the company’s new chief revenue officer.

Long will lead Quantcast’s North American sales team and report to COO Rob Horler. She was most recently svp and general manager of news, luxury and style at Time Inc., where she led brands like InStyle, Time and Fortune as well as events and franchises put on by the publisher such as the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colo.

“She understands the challenges and opportunities for brand publishers, having been the group publisher of Time, Fortune and Money where she drove overall profit year-over-year, expanding revenue across video, digital and print,” said Horler in a statement. “This all comes down to talent and Meredith is a proven leader who knows how to build high-performing teams that build strategic partnerships and drive growth.”

Long is the newest addition to Quantcast’s executive team, which added agency vet Horler in January and chief marketing and communications chief Steven Wolfe Pereira in September.

@laurenjohnson lauren.johnson@adweek.com Lauren Johnson is a senior technology editor for Adweek, where she specializes in covering mobile, social platforms and emerging tech.