Kary Jones has been appointed to a new role at media company Intermarkets—Manager of Publisher Development as part of its Strategic Media team. She joins Vipul Mistry in building strategic approaches for diversification and portfolio growth. She will also be an essential partner, working one-on-one with the publishers to develop tactical plans for monetization, brand recognition and partnership opportunities.
Kary brings more than 15 years of sales and marketing experience to the role. She has been a part of our Intermarkets team for more than 4 years, working directly with the portfolio publishers and advertisers. Prior to Intermarkets, she oversaw consumer-based advertising at POLITICO. She also worked at The Washington Times for more than a decade and as she moved into management at the publisher, she served as the liaison between sales and editorial teams. Her career has positioned her to keenly understand the needs of potential publishers when it comes to content creation, user experience and optimizing ad placements.
“This new role at Intermarkets signals a new growth strategy for our company’s evolution and I am incredibly proud to fill it,” said Kary. “The media industry is ever-changing and I look forward to educating qualified and diverse publishers on how Intermarkets can help strengthen their brand recognition, focus on ad optimization and bring to the table strong vendor partnerships, while they, the publisher, focus on what is most important to them, the content of their site.”
Together, Kary and Vipul will identify quality publishers across a variety of categories to introduce them to the high-touch, personalized consultation that Intermarkets offers.