Dawn Ostroff has been named chief content officer at Spotify and will lead all aspects of the platform’s content partnerships across music, audio, and video. Ostroff was perviously president of entertainment at Condé Nast, where she was tasked with developing film, TV, and digital projects with their various magazine brands.
Condé Nast President and CEO Bob Sauerberg broke the news to Condé Nast staffers this morning over email. The announcement came within minutes of an article posted on Variety.com detailing Ostroff’s new role.
Ostroff takes over from Spotify’s previous chief content officer, Stefan Blom, who left the company in January after just 15 months when his attempts to grow the music-streaming platform’s video content proved largely unsuccessful.
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