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Jim Pavia departs InvestmentNews and gets picked up by CNBC as part of its high-dollar hiring spree aimed at attracting advisors to its consumer-based website

The print-to-online maelstrom in trade media is hitting storm force; AdvisorOne changes its name to ThinkAdvisor

Author Dina Hampton July 18, 2013 at 2:19 AM
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Jim Pavia is the latest in a swath of new hires intended to bolster the content of CNBC's business news network's digital presence.

Stephen Winks

Stephen Winks

July 18, 2013 — 11:50 PM

Terrific that Jim Pavia is now with CNBC directed to affluent consumers. The public focus of CNBC divorced from trade press editorial restrictions of advertisers, allows a far more robust reporting of consumer centric fiduciary issues and affords a real opportunity to shape public opinion and policy in the consumer’s best interest.

The trade publication industry’s loss is a massive gain for consumers and the professional standing of advisors..

SCW.

Jim Pavia

Jim Pavia

July 24, 2013 — 2:58 AM

I found this article interesting, but I am a bit confused why RIABIZ didn’t find the time to actually speak with me for an interview…..I was available.

Brooke Southall

Brooke Southall

July 24, 2013 — 3:48 PM

Jim,

Congratulations on your new position at CNBC and thank you for saying the article is interesting. (We strive, good or bad, for that.) As I think about it, your thoughts would likely make the article more interesting. Email me with your phone number, or just call, and I’ll add your thoughts to the existing article — or write a different one.

Brooke

brooke@riabiz.com


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