Paris, 12 October 2010 –The Online Publishers Association Europe today announced the re-election of its executive board members. For the first time in the association’s history, the entire board was elected to a second mandate of 2 years.
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Mr. Tomasz Józefacki of Agora (Poland) remains OPA Europe President; Mr. Nikos Gouraros of Lambrakis Press (Greece) remains Vice-President; Mr. Giorgio Riva of RCS Digital (Italy) remains Secretary General and Ms. Dominique Piteux of The New York Times Global / International Herald Tribune in France remains Treasurer.
Re-elected President Tomasz Józefacki commented: “OPA Europe and its current executive board have brought about many accomplishments over the last 2 years, including new members in the UK and Turkey and the extensive redesign of our website. OPA Europe members are delivering innovative online advertising solutions to marketers who are trending away from traditional media towards innovative online brand advertising. And we continue to develop creative products and services in the area of video and mobile advertising”.
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About OPA Europe:
Founded in 2003 by some of the European Internet's leading content brands, OPA Europe represents the interests of first-rate online publishers before the advertising community, the press, governmental and European institutions and the public at large. OPA Europe seeks to establish and promote the Internet as an effective advertising medium for marketers and a sustainable media business for publishers, thereby ensuring the continued availability of quality content to serve the public good.
Members of OPA Europe are: 24 Media (Greece), AdMeld (UK), Agora (Poland), Gruppo Espresso (Italy), International Herald Tribune/New York Times Media Group (Europe), Lambrakis Press (Greece), Le Monde Interactif (France), Il Sole 24 Ore (Italy), Le Temps (Switzerland), Prisacom/El País (Spain), RCS Mediagroup (Italy), Turkuvaz Media group (Turkey), Unidad Editorial/El Mundo (Spain) and Spiegel Online (Germany).