LOS ANGELES, CA, September 10, 2012 – KSL Media, the nation’s second largest independent media services company, today announced the hires of Amy DeHaen, Senior Vice President, Managing Director of National Broadcast and Danielle Cohen, Vice President, Digital Account Director in KSL’s New York office.
In her new role, Ms. DeHaen will be responsible fordeveloping creative and unique national television packages, while adding intrinsic value to KSL’s current team of seasoned negotiators. She has nearly two decades of experience in national broadcast and has worked with numerous high-profile clients including: Home Depot, Red Bull, Colgate, and Chanel. Previously, Ms. DeHaen served as a Senior VP at CaratUSA.
“Amy DeHaen brings extensive experience in leveraging national television investments for our clients,” said David Sklaver, President, KSL Media. “We are excited to add her to the KSL team.”
In her new role, Danielle Cohen will work in tandem with Steven Kaufman, Executive Vice President, Integrated Media Services, to expand KSL’s digital media platform. She has worked with a number of high profile clients includingCBS Films, Universal Music Group, MSG Varsity, and Diageo. Prior to joining KSL, she was an account executive at Woven Digital, an online advertising and technology alliance.
“Danielle Cohen offers an incredible amount of experience in digital media,” said Steven Kaufman. “I’m thrilledthat she has joined KSL, and I’m looking forward to working with her.”
About KSL Media:
Founded in 1981, KSL Media is one of the first independent media services companies in the U.S. and specializes in helping entrepreneurial companies and challenger brands to acquire and retain their best customers. With offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas, KSL manages media investments across numerous business categories for clients that include Bacardi, Toshiba, UGG Australia, PetSmart, Guitar Center, Friendly’s, Oris Watches, ConocoPhillips, Curacao Tourism Board, Sizzler, City National Bank and Mercury Insurance. For more information, visit www.kslmedia.com.