The Washington Post named Kodi Foster Vice President of Commercial. “Foster will lead teams across The Washington Post with a focus on innovation and monetization including Zeus Technology, emerging technology, advertising product and product marketing. He will report to both the CIO and CRO, bridging technology and revenue,” says a release from The Post.

“In the Commercial team, we have a built an industry-leading group that uniquely sits at the intersection of technology, advertising and software-as-a-service,” said Joy Robins, Chief Revenue Officer at The Post. “Kodi’s vision and rich data background will make him a great asset to our business as we stay at the forefront of ad tech innovation.”

Foster joins The Post from ViacomCBS where he had product oversight for “InView,” the company’s comprehensive reporting platform designed to service TV and video buyers, and led machine learning projects across Ad Sales, Streaming, and Integrated Marketing teams as Senior Vice President of Data Products.

“Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to create opportunities that showcase the transformative power of technology. I’m excited to be joining The Post, working with such collaborative teams across disciplines and empowering brands and publishing partners to be on the cutting edge,” said Foster.

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