Hal Danziger is the Chief Technology Officer at DNAinfo, where he is spearheading product development for a new product, as well as leading the technology efforts for the existing DNAinfo products.
Before joining DNAinfo, Hal was the VP of Product Management at Condé Nast, where he installed a product management team for the brands' digital products. The brands included The New Yorker, GQ, Glamour, Vogue, Epicurious, and about a dozen more. He also developed a cross-brand team focused on social, content discovery, SEO, and other areas that affected all brands. He initiated a reorganization that moved away from a disconnected, central organization, and instead emphasized the value of making digital product and engineering a native part of each brand.
Previously Hal was the CTO at New York Media LLC, where he was responsible for web development, infrastructure, and other facets of technology. New York Media published New York Magazine, nymag.com, menupages.com, grubstreet.com and vulture.com.
Hal served as VP, Product Management at CBS Television Stations Digital Media before joining New York Media. In this role, he oversaw the features for the owned and operated CBS television stations' web sites. This includes wcbstv.com in New York, cbs2.com in Los Angeles, in addition to about 20 other television station web sites.
Prior to this role, Danziger served as Director of Development for the group, where he led application development efforts to build and roll-out a home-grown content management system, and all of their web sites.
While working for Cablevision, Danziger designed and implemented solutions for their Digital Asset Management System, among other set-top box projects.
He has also served in CTO and Director of Development roles for web development companies, where he's architected and guided solutions for companies including PRNewswire, Nortel Networks, and Cablevision Systems Corp.
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