Bryan Moffett is General Manager of NPR subsidiary National Public Media. In this role, he drives corporate sponsorship for NPR, PBS, and NPM's station clients.
Moffett joined NPR in 2005 as a Digital Media marketing analyst, responsible for managing relationships with content partners and building traffic and audience to NPR.org. In 2006, he led the creation of digital sponsorship at NPR, building a new line of business. During his time at NPR, Moffett has been an instrumental member of the teams that launched podcasting, the NPR iPhone apps, and the NPR iPad app.
Prior to NPR, Moffett spent his early career managing editorial publications and digital/IT infrastructure. In 1995, Moffett worked at the Radio-Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) as managing editor, producing Communicator, the award-winning news industry trade magazine. Later in his career, he would return to RTNDA as editorial director. Moffett also served four years as Chief Technology Officer at Franklin Management Company, a startup serving the technical needs of non-profit membership organizations. While there, he developed and supported enterprise CRM and content management systems for several national associations and non-profits.
Moffett has spoken about digital media and advertising at CES, Admonsters, OMMA, and many public media conferences. He has been an awards judge for the Digiday Social Media Awards and the National Press Club Freedom of the Press Award.
Moffett holds a Bachelor of Arts in News-Editorial from West Virginia University.