David Rubin is Chief Marketing Officer at The New York Times. As CMO, he is responsible for all acquisition and performance marketing, which helps to grow The Times’ digital consumer business. He has been successfully marketing all sections and franchises of the company, including journalism, culinary content, television initiatives, podcasts and more.
David joined The New York Times in 2016 as Senior Vice President and Head of Audience and Brand, where he led the development of award-winning advertising campaigns. In 2018, he was named one of Business Insider’s “25 Most Innovative CMOs in the World.”
Before joining the newspaper, David worked in brand development for both consumer products and digital media. Some of his highlights include the launch of Axe body spray and taking the reigns of Unilever’s USA hair care division. After that, he joined Pinterest, where he was tasked with expanding the appeal of the brand.