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Jeremy Steinberg

Global Head of Sales, The Weather Company

  • Jeremy Steinberg, Global Head of Sales

As global head of sales, Jeremy Steinberg oversees advertising sales efforts across all platforms and sales channels at The Weather Company, an IBM Business, including U.S. and international sales, programmatic sales, agency partnerships and development, sales strategy, marketer solutions, and account management. Under his purview, he is responsible for driving overall ad revenue growth, and client and agency partnerships. He is based in New York.

Previously, Steinberg was senior vice president of ad sales, where he led national sales across all screens, including The Weather Channel®, weather.com, mobile and tablet apps. In that role, he also oversaw programmatic sales along with agency partnerships and development, and mid-market sales. Prior to that, Jeremy was senior vice president of digital ad sales and responsible for the digital sales efforts for The Weather Company as well as revenue across weather.com, wunderground.com, and The Weather Channel mobile and tablet apps.

Steinberg joined Weather from FOX News, where he was vice president of digital sales and business development for FOX News and FOX Business Network. There, he oversaw all revenue generation, sales marketing and operations across the FOX News Digital Network properties, including FOXNews.com, FOXBusiness.com, FOXNewsLatino.com, FOX News and FOX Business .Mobi sites, and iOS and Android phone and tablet applications.

Steinberg joined FOX News in 2001, where he began as a cable sales assistant before being promoted to cable sales planner. He was then named director of digital media sales and launched the sales department for FOXNews.com, before being promoted to his final role there. Steinberg began his career as a sales assistant at News Digital Media, a division of News Corporation.

Steinberg serves ​on the IAB Board of Directors​, ​is a ​N​.​A​.​ Board Member of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA)​,​ and serves on the UJA-Federation of New York’s Marketing & Communications and Tech committees. He received a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Michigan.