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Alice Ting

Alice Ting

VP, Licensing & Syndication, The New York Times

 

 Alice Ting was named vice president, licensing and syndication, in September 2012. In this role, Ms. Ting is responsible for the financial performance of various brand extension, licensing and syndication businesses globally. 

Previously, Ms. Ting had been executive director, brand development & licensing, for The New York Times since July 2009, where she was responsible for identifying, executing and overseeing brand extensions such as the online shop, branded merchandise, wine club, Times Journeys, book development, and ancillary publications. She was also responsible for content related business development such as rights and permission, content licensing, and North American sales of The New York Times news service and syndicate. 

Ms. Ting joined The Times in 2000 as a director of strategy for NYT. She moved to strategic planning for Times Media Group in 2001 as project director, and joined News Services in 2006 as director, strategic initiatives and publications, responsible for identifying ancillary revenue streams for The Times and managing our content licensing partners. 

Before joining The Times, Ms. Ting was a management consultant, advising media and publishing companies on revenue growth strategies and new product development. 

Ms. Ting earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from the Columbia Business School at Columbia University.

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