Vice President of Advertising, The New York Times (Singapore)
Tom Armstrong is the Vice President of Advertising at The New York Times. He is responsible for generating revenue from all the Times’s multiplatform products & services and leadership of the sales team in Asia-Pacific.
Having spent 21 years working for media and entertainment companies across the globe, Tom has diverse experience in broadcast and digital media, advertising, subscriptions and content distribution. This includes pioneering some of the world’s first interactive TV experiences.
Previously, Tom was at Fairfax Media where he was the Chief Revenue Officer, leading a team across Fairfax Media’s publishing brands including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age & The Australian Financial Review.
Before joining Fairfax, Tom spent 12 years with Viacom in London in various senior international roles focused on building the digital business for their flagship brands: MTV, Nickelodeon & Comedy Central. He held several positions at Discovery Networks and worked for an interactive gaming start-up, Two Way TV.