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Government Executive Media Group Completes Leadership Search
Date:2/2/2010

Government Executive Media Group today announced the promotion of Tim Hartman to General Manager, a role in which he will oversee all of the publisher’s editorial and commercial operations.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) Feb. 4, 2010 -- Government Executive Media Group today announced the promotion of Tim Hartman to General Manager, a role in which he will oversee all of the publisher’s editorial and commercial operations.

“Tim is a talented media executive whose rapid rise through the ranks of Atlantic Media Company (AMC) and Government Executive Media Group can be attributed to his entrepreneurial spirit, digital savvy and deep understanding of how media businesses run,” said Justin Smith, President, Atlantic Media Company.

Hartman joined Government Executive Media Group in 2007 to steward the successful launch of Nextgov.com, which has grown to be the largest federal IT web site in traffic(1). He also oversaw the re-launch of Government Executive Media Group’s independent research division – Government Business Council – which today counts among the organization’s fastest-growing business areas. For the past two years, Tim has overseen the company’s digital publishing operations which include GovernmentExecutive.com – the #1 federal media web site visited by federal managers(2) and Nextgov.com – the #1 federal IT web site visited by federal managers(2).

Hartman will report to Justin Smith, who was recently promoted to President of Atlantic Media Company and will continue to oversee Government Executive Media Group as well as AMC’s other media properties, including The Atlantic and National Journal. Prior to joining Atlantic Media Company in 2007, Smith was
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