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Leah Kauffman leaves news startup PhillyVoice for 50onRed

After a decade in the news industry, Kauffman will now run content strategy at the University City adtech firm.

Leah Kauffman at her former outfit, The Inky. Photo by Eamon Gallagher

Leah Kauffman has left PhillyVoice, the news startup she helped launch.
Kauffman was one of a handful of Philly.com execs who left the company and joined PhillyVoice, we reported last fall. She’s now starting a content department for University City adtech firm 50onRed.
She called the new gig “an incredible opportunity to build a new department within the organization and develop strong, brand driven content for 50onRed’s product offerings.”
“After spending nearly ten years in the newsroom, it’s exciting to be on the advertising side of the industry, working with a technology company that helps publishers earn revenue,” she wrote in an email.

Companies: 50onRed
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