NEW YORK—Following the departure of longtime corporate communications chief Edward Adler, Time Warner has appointed former News Corp. communications chief Gary Ginsberg as executive vice president. In a newly created role, Ginsberg will work with the company's senior management team on a wide range of corporate matters, including marketing, public affairs and communications efforts. Ginsberg will report to Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes.
From 1999 until 2009, Mr. Ginsberg was an executive vice president at News Corporation. Before joining News Corp., Mr. Ginsberg was a managing director at the New York-based strategic consulting firm of Clark & Weinstock. Previously, he was a senior editor and counsel of George, the monthly political magazine, and a former assistant counsel to President Clinton.
Ginsberg began his professional career as an attorney with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. Ginsberg is a member of the Board of Directors of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation; the Newseum, the national news museum; New Visions for Public Schools; and New York Cares. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.