More NewsRebecca Lieb Leaves Post as ClickZ Editor-in-Chief

Rebecca Lieb Leaves Post as ClickZ Editor-in-Chief

Rebecca Lieb announced today that she will leave her post as editor-in-chief of the ClickZ Network to pursue independent opportunities in the interactive marketing industry

Rebecca Lieb announced today that she will leave her post as editor-in-chief of the ClickZ Network to pursue independent opportunities in the interactive marketing industry. She will remain with CZ as an editorial consultant.

Rebecca, a sought after speaker and commentator, has been an influential voice in the marketing industry for years. Her editorial leadership of the ClickZ Network has created the world’s leading Web site for information pertaining to the interactive marketing industry.

“I have enormous personal and professional respect for Rebecca”, said Gary Lynch, Managing Director, North America for ClickZ “she is a brilliant editor who has built a market leading Web site. She will be missed”.

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