More NewsUnique Media Names Executive Vice President

Unique Media Names Executive Vice President

Unique Media Network named UniqueMediaBoard Member Brian Weiner as executive vice president and Eastern regionalsales manager to be based in New York.

Unique Media Network named Unique Media Board Member Brian Weiner as executive vice president and Eastern regional sales manager to be based in New York.

Prior to joining Unique Media, Brian Weiner served on Unique’s board of directors and as sales manager for the Attitude Network, parent of Internet gaming site, Happy Puppy, as well as Director of Sales for the UGO (United Gamers Online) Network.

“Brian Weiner has an excellent reputation and extensive contacts in both the games and advertising sectors” said CEO Michael Weiner, “and we expect he will be very valuable in development of our East Coast sales operation.”

The Unique Media Network is a collection of 18 major sites and 4 specialty networks that deliver 575 million monthly impressions.

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