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TMCNet:  24/7 Media Announces Two Promotions

[November 29, 2012]

24/7 Media Announces Two Promotions

NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--

24/7 Media, a global leader in digital media & technology, announced today two promotions in Corporate Strategy and Development, the team responsible for the company's partnerships, acquisitions and product development. The moves signal the increasing importance of these activities to the strategic goals of the company.

Paul Georges-Picot has been promoted to Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Development. He plays a key role in shaping the strategy and vision of the team and in developing business models for many of the company's products and partnerships.

Chris Moore has been promoted to Director, Partnerships. He leads interactions with the company's 50+ partners - an impressive and growing group of market-leading companies whose services enhance 24/7 Media's strong slate of offerings for advertisers, agencies and digital publishers worldwide.

24/7 Media expects to announce a range of new products, partnerships and revenue streams in 2013. These promotins are effective immediately.

About 24/7 Media, Inc.

24/7 Media, Inc., formerly 24/7 Real Media, is a leader in digital marketing technology, serving advertisers, agencies and digital publishers worldwide. The company has been in the forefront of media innovation for fifteen years. The 24/7 technology platform spans every digital channel, providing users with unprecedented control and consolidated data analysis.

This technology powers two specialized business units: Real Media Group helps marketing organizations engage their audiences with superior precision, transparency and return on investment. The group also helps digital publishers monetize their properties and manage advertising operations more effectively. Media Innovation Group provides advertisers and agencies with strategic consulting and implementation services that deliver competitive advantage in fields being transformed by technology.

24/7 Media is a WPP Digital company headquartered in New York with 18 offices in a dozen countries. For more information, please visit www.247media.com.

24/7 Media is a member of the NAI and adheres to the NAI privacy principles that have been applauded by the FTC (News - Alert). These principles are designed to help ensure Internet user privacy. For more information about online data collection associated with ad serving, including online preference marketing and an opportunity to opt-out of 24/7 Media cookies, go to: www.networkadvertising.org.


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