IAB NAMES NEW MARKETING, SALES EXECS

Glenn Pagan, Kelly Colbert Join Interactive Advertising Trade Group

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The Internet Advertising Bureau today named two executives for sales and marketing.

Glenn Pagan was named vice president of sales, coming to the IAB from AOL Time Warner, where he served as director of the agency relations group, working with traditional and interactive agencies. Prior to that role, he was AOL Time Warner's director of business development, responsible for devising cross-platform integrated marketing and transaction-based programs.

Kelly Colbert joins

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the IAB as vice president of marketing from Word of Net, an online measurement and market research company where she held the title of vice president of marketing and business development. She also helped launch Planet Reuters, an information service for Internet service providers and was a business development manager for Reuters New Media.

The IAB is the interactive advertising trade group that represents companies that sell more than 75% of the digital marketing and media in the U.S.

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