Executive Team

Patrick Quinn

President/CEO of PQ Media, founded the firm in January 2003 following a distinguished career as a media consultant, market analyst, and award-winning journalist. Mr. Quinn has launched, edited, and managed numerous print and digital publications covering the media industry, and is a respected source of information for leading news outlets such as Advertising Age, CNN, Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times, Times of London, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. He also serves as Editorial Director of the Veronis Suhler Stevenson Communications Industry Forecast.

Previous Positions

  • Senior Consultant, The Publishing & Media Group
    Managed firm's largest strategic consulting accounts and launched market research division;
  • Editorial Director, Education & Training Group, Simba Information
    Directed more than a dozen leading research reports and newsletters;
  • Editor-in-Chief, Educational Marketer and Electronic Education Report
    Managed all research and editorial functions of industry leading newsletters

Leo Kivijarv, Ph.D.

Vice President/Research, joined PQ Media in 2003 with three decades of experience in media management, research, consulting, and academia. A respected source of information for more than 100 news and trade sources including Bloomberg TV, NPR Radio, MSNBC, Fortune, Kiplingers, and Broadcasting & Cable, Dr. Kivijarv also serves as Research Director for the Veronis Suhler Stevenson Communications Industry Forecast. He is a regular presenter at leading trade conferences and seminars.

Previous Positions

  • Director of Research & Publications, Veronis Suhler Stevenson
    Managed the firm's research and publishing activities, and served as spokesperson;
  • Communications Specialist, Circon ACMI
    Oversaw all internal and external media materials;
  • Senior Consultant, First Management Services
    Management training specialist for the firm's media clients

New Report

China Media & Technology Outlook 2014

In response to subscriber demand for country-specific drill-down analyses, PQ Media has released the first title in a new multi-report series providing in-depth strategic intelligence covering the state of digital, alternative and traditional media and technology in key emerging markets worldwide.

The first report in the series - China Media & Technology Outlook 2014 - examines the key growth drivers and challenges that lay ahead for Asia's major economic growth engine. Following a decade of blistering economic growth, China's media and tech industry began to cool off in the second half of 2012, due to lower demand from its largest foreign markets, many of which have been scrambling to build some momentum after a particularly long recession and a slow recovery that still has executives and economists tentative about the growth outlook for 2014-15, especially in the world's largest developing economy, where financial, credit and real estate variables loom large this year.