New Partnership Helps More Publishers Create and Monetize Digital Assets
Glen Ridge, New Jersey – September 13, 2018 – Triumvirate Content Consultants (TCC) -- today announced that digital media veteran Toby Leith has joined the company as a business development and strategy specialist.
“We’re excited to have Toby join the team,” said Triumvirate Content Consultant’s President Paul Gerbino. “Toby brings a wonderful energy and passion - backed by extensive experience and unique insights into how publisher’s work. He knows what it takes for publishers to leverage their content to create new products and channels on a national or global scale,” Mr. Gerbino added.
Mr. Leith has over 20 years of experience in publishing – most recently managing licensing for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, an educational and trade publisher. Here he led cross-functional teams to create, deliver and market digital products. Most notably, Mr. Leith spearheaded a new online business channel for the company’s CliffsNotes Test Prep products, which continue to help thousands of students across the country to perform at their highest level.
“Working with Triumvirate Content Consultants, the leader in content syndication, is a dream come true for me,” said Mr. Leith, adding, I’ve been on both sides of the table – and truly understand and appreciate the complexity of challenges publishers continue to face. I’m looking forward to working with Paul and his amazing team to help more organizations realize their potential.”
Prior to this, Mr. Leith worked with leadership at the Boston Globe to develop its digital version – encompassing all licensing, permissions programs and partnerships.
Here he created, negotiated and led a multi-million Archive Digitization project and designed numerous syndication news services. Mr. Leith also worked in a variety of business development, sales, content syndication, and strategic alliance roles for Credo Reference, NewsEdge, Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning and Copyright Clearance Center.
Mr. Leith has a Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature from Hobart and William Smith Colleges.