Join the Paley Center's Media Council for this exclusive event with AOL's Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong. Armstrong will discuss how to crafting branding success in the digital age.
Tim Armstrong has served as Chairman and CEO of AOL since 2009. In December of 2009, he took the company public on the New York Stock Exchange. AOL serves over 200 million consumers a month and is one of the world's biggest consumers brands.
Prior to joining AOL, Tim served as President of Google's Americas Operations and served on the company's operating committee. Prior to Google, Tim served as an executive of multiple Internet and media companies, including Snowball, Disney's ABC/ESPN Internet Ventures, and Paul Allen's Starwave Corporation. Tim also has started or co-founded multiple companies during his career including Associated Content (sold to Yahoo) and Patch (sold to AOL).
He is a graduate of Connecticut College, home of the Camels.
Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of AOL, discusses the company's investment in the grassroots, neighborhood news site Patch. Armstrong asserts that the site has helped improve local communities, but he declares that Patch must be a profitable investment for AOL.
Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of AOL, reacts to recent news that Samsung and Intel will become new players in the online content business. Armstrong declares that competition is healthy, and he asserts that sometimes it's better to be in the "shadow of giants."