Marty Moe is President of Vox Media where he leads strategic direction for the Vox Media Podcast Network, which produces a slate of popular podcasts, and Vox Entertainment, Vox Media’s original development, production, and distribution division for television and premium OTT video. Moe is a co-founder of The Verge and Polygon and joined Vox Media in 2011.
Since the fall of 2017, Vox Entertainment, under Moe’s leadership, has announced five new original series: No Passport Required, a series from Eater and PBS hosted by chef Marcus Samuelsson; Divided States of Women, a franchise launched in partnership with Comcast and hosted by reporter Liz Plank; Foul Play, a true-crime sports documentary series produced with SB Nation in partnership with Verizon’s go90; Explained, a documentary series from Vox streaming on Netflix; and American Style, a documentary series exploring American fashion throughout the decades, that will premiere on CNN in early 2019.
Previously, Marty was Senior Vice President of AOL’s content publishing division, where he ran the company’s original news, finance, sports, and technology content offerings, as well as Weblogs, Inc., then the largest professional blog network in the US.
Before joining AOL in 2001, Marty served as Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, and earlier practiced corporate law at Skadden Arps in Washington, DC. He clerked on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit after graduating Magna Cum Laude from NYU School of Law, where he was Executive Editor of the NYU Law Review. Marty lives in Washington, DC, with his two children.