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Jason Seiken, founding editor of washingtonpost.com, is joining PBS as SVP-interactive. Seiken, most recently VP-content and programming at…

Jason Seiken, founding editor of washingtonpost.com, is joining PBS as SVP-interactive. Seiken, most recently VP-content and programming at AOL Europe, will now oversee new media content and services for pbs.org, pbskids.org, pbskidsgo.org, pbsparents.org, as well as emerging broadband and mobile delivery platforms. He starts this month and will report to John Boland, the new chief content officer. Cindy Johanson left as SVP-interactive and education last June. After he left AOL in June 2005, Seiken worked as an independent consultant to start-ups, assisting established companies in both the US and UK on digital strategy, products, marketing, and design. He did the consulting work both in the UK and in the US. He will begin his tenure at PBS in Arlington, Va.Release
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