Power Automedia is proud to announce and welcome Scott Parker as the company’s Editorial Director of Content and Strategy. Parker will be responsible for leading all editorial and video content across Power Automedia’s twelve industry-leading automotive magazines, as well as taking on general management responsibilities. Parker will work hand-in-hand with Editorial Operations Manager, Andrew Almazan and Associate Content Director, Trevor Anderson to craft Power Automedia’s editorial voice.
Parker has extensive editorial experience in the automotive industry, including roles as Editor of GM High-Tech Magazine and Vette Magazine, along with helping launch the Mustang 360 and the Super Chevy digital platforms for TEN – The Enthusiast Network. Parker is a graduate of Rutgers University, and recently completed an MBA from the University of South Florida as part of his maturation as a business and editorial leader.
“We interviewed a number of qualified candidates,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia CEO. “One of the things that pushed Scott to the front of the list is his mixture of editorial experience, technical knowledge, digital savvy, and business acumen. With the expansion and growth of Power Automedia, it’s more important than ever for our leadership to have a mixture of all of these ingredients.”
“I am looking forward to being able to contribute to Power Automedia’s culture, and being able to team up with like-minded, passionate, individuals,” Parker said. “Power Automedia has really been a market leader in the digital automotive segment, and I’m excited to utilize my experience to help bring creativity and fresh thinking to Power Automedia’s publications and video content. We’ve got a lot of big things coming down the pipeline that I’m excited about.”
Parker and his family will be relocating from Tampa, Florida, to Temecula, California, to join Power Automedia’s full-time staff in our home offices.