Ken Kurson, Editor-In-Chief
Ken Kurson is the Editor-In-Chief of the New York Observer and Editorial Director of Observer Media. He has written for Esquire, Rolling Stone, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Money, Forbes and countless other publications.
Prior to joining Observer Media, Kurson co-authored Leadership with former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani. Published in October 2002, Leadership became an immediate best seller, spending twenty-five weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List, including five weeks at Number One. Kurson was also the founder and editor-in-chief of Green magazine, which he sold to Nasdaq-listed financial publishing company Bankrate in 1999.
Joseph Meyer, Chairman and Publisher
Joseph Meyer is the Managing Partner and Founder of Observer Capital, an investment firm focused on private equity and special situation investment opportunities. Observer Capital's portfolio includes Observer Media, Source Media and Knotel.
Joseph Meyer serves as Chairman and Publisher of Observer Media, overseeing business development and strategy. He brings years of experience identifying growth opportunities and lead the digital growth of Observer Media.
Matthew Sussberg, Chief Revenue Officer
Matthew Sussberg is Chief Revenue Officer of Observer Media. Matthew leads the sales and marketing efforts for the Observer brand, including our national digital media platform, Observer.com, and our print extension, New York Observer.
Matthew most recently served as VP of Sales and Marketing at Salon and brings years of experience in building digital media organizations. Prior to Salon, Matthew worked at Wenner Media and The Huffington Post in sales and marketing roles.
At Observer Media, Matthew will lead all of our revenue and business initiatives as well as helping develop our growth strategy.