Gordon McLeod

Gordon was formerly the President of the Wall Street Journal Digital Network where he ran all of the consumer web, mobile and video/broadband businesses for Dow Jones. The Network includes WSJ.com, MarketWatch, Barrons.com, SmartMoney.com, AllThingsD plus related sites, mobile sites and apps across the US, China, Japan, India and the UK.

Gordon served on the boards of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), Online Publishers Association (OPA), Google Publishers Advisory Council and FiLife.com, a joint venture with IAC/Interactive Corp.

After earlier careers in politics and news, Gordon joined Grey Entertainment as Creative Director in 1997 where he created gTV, a broadcast and digital production company working with such clients as Time Warner Cable, Studios USA, ABC Television and Bravo. He then joined Time Inc. in 2000 to build and launch Parenting.com and ParentingTV before moving to Sports Illustrated as President of SIDigital running all web and mobile products plus the launch of SIPictures in partnership with Getty Images.

Gordon has a MA from Harvard in Public Policy and a BA from Berkeley in Political Economy. He lives in New York City with his wife and two daughters.