Catherine Sharick is the managing editor of TIME.com. Over the past decade, she has played a vital role in strategizing the revival of the web site including being directly involved in edit, design, multimedia, product development, business development, strategy, personnel, budgeting, technology and infrastructure. Sharick has managed breaking news coverage â from the 2002 capture of Saddam Hussein to the recent collapse of Muammar Gaddafiâs regime. She has also played a crucial role in unifying print and digital, making it possible for reporters to write for all platforms. She has worked on four redesigns as well as the launch of several verticals including Healthland, Moneyland, Swampland, Lightbox, Entertainment and Techland, enabling TIME.com to reach close to 2 billion page views in 2011.
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