Time Warner has named Bill Krivoshik as its first-ever chief information officer.
Krivoshik will be responsible for the media giant’s corporate technology group and oversee efforts to coordinate services providing IT support to all of its businesses. He will report to CFO John Martin.
“I’m delighted that Bill is joining Time Warner,” Martin said. “He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his role, which will help us execute our information technology strategy and deliver services even more effectively and efficiently to our businesses.”
Previously, Krivoshik served as the first enterprise-wide CIO at Marsh & McLennan and as chief technology officer at Thomson Financial.
“With the media business evolving faster than ever, it’s an exciting time to join such an innovative corporation,” Krivoshik said. “I look forward to further advancing the company’s IT strategy to meet the technology needs across all of Time Warner.”