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Eric Danetz

Global Chief Revenue Officer

Eric Danetz is AccuWeather’s Global Chief Revenue Officer. In this key leadership position, he oversees all aspects of AccuWeather's revenue-generating products and services, and unify the sales structure internally for all AccuWeather business units, including digital and traditional media as well as AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions' business-to-business services.

AccuWeather, with global headquarters in State College, Pennsylvania, now reaches nearly 2 billion people worldwide through smart phones, tablets, wired and mobile Internet sites, radio, television, newspapers and the AccuWeather Network cable channel. Further, AccuWeather serves more than half of the Fortune 500 companies as well as thousands of other businesses worldwide. Recognized as the most accurate source of highly localized weather forecasts and warnings everywhere in the world with proven Superior Accuracy™, AccuWeather has saved tens of thousands of lives and prevented tens of billions of dollars in property losses.

Prior to joining AccuWeather, Eric was Senior Vice President and General Manager, Time Inc. International, where he managed a multi-platform portfolio of more than 90 brands in 170 countries, published in 19 different languages. Eric’s other previous roles include Group Publisher of Fortune & Money, EVP, Chief Revenue Officer at Defy Media, and executive leadership positions at Newsweek, The Daily Beast, CBS Interactive, CNET and Ziff Davis.

Eric engages AI, predictive and prescriptive data analytics, partnerships and the best data scientists to help AccuWeather deliver innovative new products that offer unique opportunities for advertisers and partners to reach their target audiences on any connected device. AccuWeather's targeted, solution-based campaigns maximize the exclusive benefits of the company's massive multi-platform audience reach across award-winning mobile applications, web, mobile web, radio, television, newspapers, connected TVs, place-based media, and more.