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Ross Levinsohn Leaves Guggenheim Digital Media: Report

They bring important messaging directly to employees' offices and mobile systems - even reaching associates who seldom or never visit office locations. The Web extensions can also reach customers and prospects with timely, easily updated messaging. "These features are great ways to increase communication timeliness, consistency and efficiency both internally and with external audiences," said Mike Strand, StrandVision founder and CEO. "We recognize that digital signage is an important business marketing component in our subscribers' communications mix, which can be extended cost-effectively - free, actually - beyond their traditional physical signage network. We are sure that these add-ons will be attractive to our subscribers." The extensions include: Home Page Display - The Home Page applet allows StrandVision signage to be displayed on all designated computers or cell phones as the default home page or as a selectable bookmark or favorite based on administrator or end-user preference.

But the development has been long expected, even though the former Yahoo interim CEO has only been at the investment firms media operation which includes The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, and Dick Clark Productions since January 2013.When it hired Levinsohn, Guggenheim said thatit planned to allocate significant capital to acquire and invest in new media companies and properties that will meaningfully expand its current portfolio. But it became clear by late last year that he had lost his mojo at the company. InNovember, Michel Protti who was Levinsohns chief of staff at Yahoo announced his plan to leave as Guggenheim Digitals SVP Strategy and Operations to become Director of Emerging Business at Facebook.Then, in January, he lost Zander Lurie, a former CFO and M&A guy at CBS Interactive, who had joined in 2013 to help with Levinsohns expansion plans at Guggenheim Digital. He alsolost control of THRand Billboard when Guggenheim Media promoted Janice Min to Chief Creative Officer of its Entertainment Group, which includes the magazines, with John Amato serving as co-president overseeing business affairs. Related: Guggenheim Digital Media Loses Another Top Exec Levinsohn made his name in the digital world at News Corp where he ranFoxInteractive Media, and held senior roles at Fox Sports Interactive Media, and News Digital Media. In 2007 he co-foundedFuse Capital, an investment firm that specializes in digital media, before joining Yahoo where he oversaw global media until 2012 when he temporarily ran the company before the board gave the top job to Marissa Mayer.