Murrieta, CA — Power Automedia is proud to announce that after 5 years with the company, Scott Parker has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his new role, he will be responsible for ongoing operations of Power Automedia, including working with the leaders of the Publishing and Alloy Studios divisions. Parker will work hand-in-hand with CEO James Lawrence to continue driving Power Automedia forward.
Parker has a strong leadership background in content production that includes both print publications and digital media formats, and earned a Telly Award for his role as an Executive Producer on Horsepower Wars latest season of $10K Drag Shootout. Before joining Power Automedia, Parker had 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.
“I look forward to working with Scott in his new role as COO,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia’s CEO. “He brings a wealth of experience in automotive content, and a passion for all things cars.”
“I was given an incredible opportunity to shape the edit department and help build the company that I dreamed of working for,” Parker stated. “Being able to take a larger role and learn under James is a tremendous honor. It’s no secret the media landscape has changed, and I’m excited to help lead us into a new era.”
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