Raju Narisetti previously was Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and also Director of Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism.
Previously, he was CEO of Gizmodo Media Group, a group of digital journalism sites that included Gizmodo, Jezebel, Deadspin, Lifehacker, and The Root.
A media executive with a track record in creating, rethinking and managing major media organizations in North America, Europe and Asia, Raju was previously Senior Vice-President of Strategy at News Corp.
Prior to that, he was Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, where he is responsible for WSJ’s digital / mobile content strategy and execution; the Managing Editor of The Washington Post, where he led the integration of its digital and print businesses; the Editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe; and is the Founder of Mint, the second-largest business newspaper in India.
Raju is a Board Trustee of the Wikimedia Foundation, which manages Wikipedia. His home is in New York City though he is often found, rather plainspoken, @raju