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IAB Elects New Board Members

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) has named 10 new members to its board of directors, and six sitting members who will continue for another 3-year term

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) has named 10 new members to its board of directors, and six sitting members who will continue for another 3-year term. The total number of Board Members is now 33.

Jim Spanfeller, president and CEO of Forbes.com, remains as chairman of the IAB for 2007. The Nominations Committee nominated the board members, who were then voted on by the IAB General Members.

New board members for 2007:

  • Jeremy Allaire, Brightcove
  • Michael Barrett, Fox Interactive Media/MySpace
  • John Battelle, Federated Media
  • Bob Carrigan, IDG Communications
  • Randy Kilgore, Tremor Media
  • Leon Levitt, Cox Newspapers
  • Riley McDonough, WebMD Health
  • Dave Morgan, Tacoda
  • David Payne, CNN.com
  • Lance Podell, Seevast

Re-elected board members for 2007:

  • Mitch Golub, Cars.com
  • David Hills, LookSmart
  • Caroline Little, Washington Post Newsweek Interactive
  • Wenda Harris Millard, Yahoo
  • Martin Nisenholtz, New York Times Co.
  • Jim Spanfeller, Forbes.com

Other board members whose terms are not yet up:

  • Tim Armstrong, Google
  • Neil Ashe, CNET Networks
  • Eric Chandler, Verizon Superpages.com
  • Sarah Chubb, CondeNet
  • Joe Fiveash, Weather Channel Interactive
  • Mike Hard, Microsoft Digital Advertising Solutions
  • Kathy Kayse, AOL Networks
  • Rich LeFurgy, Archer Advisers (Founding Chairman)
  • Dave Madden, WildTangent
  • Scot McLernon, CBS Digital Media
  • Dave Moore, 24/7 Real Media
  • Peter Naylor, NBC Universal
  • Javier Saralegui, Univision Online
  • Warren Schlichting, Comcast
  • Steve Wadsworth, Walt Disney Internet Group
  • Jeff Webber, USA Today
  • Dave Yovanno, ValueClick

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