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Jay Green Joins AdLarge Media
NEW YORK— Advertising sales representation organization AdLarge Media has hired audio and digital media executive Jay Green as its new vice president of digital sales and content partnerships.
He will lead the company’s expansion into digital audio advertising sales representation. Green is known for working with Fortune 500 brands on audio integrations. As national account director at PodCastOne, he promoted on-demand digital audio medium, leading sales, marketing and operations to develop new opportunities, grass roots marketing programs and new business.
Green has a fifteen-year record with national and network audio and digital audio companies, including a ten-year stint at Dial Global, where he served as vice president, strategic operations. His background also includes sales, campaign management, sales planning, research, audience analysis and market research for new product launches such as NBC Sports, TuneIn, NFL and Slacker. Green has cultivated collaborative relationships with numerous content partners.
“I am passionate about digital audio advertising and dedicated to creating first-to-market campaigns for our advertisers,” said Green.
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