In twenty years, Steven Kotok transformed from a quiet English major into the president of The Week. How? It’s the classic story of a man who worked his way up from the reception desk to the corner office. Steven believes that the print industry has lost touch with its audience. He calls The Week a reader-driven magazine, collecting the best and most-important news and opinion pieces other sources to deliver all the information you need to know in one publication. This model has made The Week one of the few print publications actually increasing its circulation; right now, it boasts more than 500,000 paid subscribers and generates $50 million in revenue a year.