A collection of interviews and press releases.
Joey Marburger, Director of Product, The Washington Post – THINK Leaders Interview
As Director of Product at the Washington Post, Joey Marburger leads a team of product designers in the newsroom overseeing the development and design of digital products such as WashingtonPost.com, Android and iOS apps, and a variety of other platforms.— IBM iX YouTube Channel
Fast Company names Shailesh Prakash, Joey Marburger as 2017 Most Creative People
As the architects of The Washington Post’s recent, business-reviving digital strategy, Shailesh Prakash and Joey Marburger are proving that “newspaper innovation” can be a reality rather than an oxymoron.
Read more here.
Revolution at The Washington Post
The pair Bezos has chosen to pull off all of this could not be more of an odd work couple. Shailesh Prakash, the Post’s chief information officer, is an old-school technologist, with stints at Microsoft and Netscape, and no experience in media before joining the Post five years ago. He is as corporate (khakis and button-down shirt) and conventional, at least in appearance, as his technology partner at the Post is not.— “Revolution at The Washington Post,” by Kyle Pope, CJR
Read the full article via Columbia Journalism Review here.
Joey Marburger is The Washington Post’s (punk) rock star
When Joey Marburger was in high school, he played bass guitar in a punk band. One day, the band was on the way to an out-of-state gig when the van broke down. Marburger knew a little about auto repairs, so it was he who saved the day, getting the parts from AutoZone to get the van going again. “That taught me that a lot about life is that, you still have to perform,” he recalls.— “Joey Marburger is The Washington Post’s (punk) rock star,” by Lucia Moses, Digiday
Read the entire story on Digiday.
Joey Marburger named a Digiday Changemaker: Media
Washington Post Director of Product Joey Marburger was named a Digiday Changemaker for being “in the trenches of innovation every day.” This issue of Digiday Magazine includes profiles of 50 men and women making change happen in media and marketing.— Digiday Changemakers: Media
The full list of Digiday Changemakers can be found here.
The Washington Post on Muse
“The Product Team is the glue between core engineering and the rest of the company, and Joey leads them all, creating ingenious products that connect The Post’s world-class journalism with readers worldwide.” Learn more here.
Various articles tagged Joey Marburger.