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Jim Pavia Named Senior Editor at Large, CNBC Digital

Englewood Cliffs, NJ, July 9,2013– Jim Pavia has been named to the newly-created position of Senior Editor at Large it was announced today by Xana Antunes, Executive Editor and Vice President, CNBC Digital.

Pavia will lead CNBC Digital's development of cross-platform coverage focused on financial advisers and their investor clients, including news, features, data and tools. Starting on Monday, July 29, he will report to Steve Lewis, Senior Executive Producer,Strategic Content & News Partnerships.

"Jim is a recognized authority on this dynamic segment of the wealth management complex and we are very excited to have him on board," said Antunes. "I look forward to him deepening our coverage with this important community and helping us better serve a group that he has worked so closely with over the past ten years."

Pavia joins CNBC Digital from InvestmentNews,the leading source of news and information to the financial adviser community,where he was the Editorial Director. There since 2003, he was most recently responsible for overseeing all editorial content for InvestmentNews and InvestmentNews.com. Additionally,Pavia helped to develop webcasts, special reports, e-newsletters, custom research, workshops and conferences for InvestmentNews. Under Pavia's leadership, he and his team have won several SABEW awards and multiple awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, including three for Editorial Excellence in Editorial writing.

Prior to joining InvestmentNews, Pavia held several roles at Miller-Freeman/VNU Publications including Editor of National Jeweler and Editor of Bank Systems &Technology.

Pavia has also worked at the New York Daily News and The National Sports Daily.He got his start in journalism at the Staten Island Advance. Pavia has also served as guest lecturer at CUNY's Baruch College in the journalism department and as an adjunct professor,teaching communications and journalism at St. John's University campus on Staten Island.

Pavia holds a Bachelors of Arts in Journalism from New York University.


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