AOL said today it has named Stephen Bromberg Executive Editor of AOL.com.
Prior to joining AOL, Bromberg was Executive Editor, Foxnews.com, where he oversaw the development and publication of all online content for the Foxnews.com website. In this role he directed the editorial team to ensure that quality stories were posted quickly and accurately to the website. Bromberg joined Foxnews.com in 2000 as News Manager and was promoted to Senior News Editor in 2001 before assuming the role of Executive Editor in 2003.
“I am looking forward to making AOL.com America’s homepage,” Bromberg said.
“We will deliver a constant stream of the most important and engaging content to AOL.com’s media savvy audience 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”
Previously, Bromberg was Special Editor at The Journal News in Harrison, NY, where he was responsible for the design, layout, photo selection, headlining, editing, proofreading, execution and editorial quality of Page One, jump pages and key inside pages of the daily edition.
Bromberg will be based in AOL’s New York headquarters and report to Chris Grosso, GM, AOL.com.