Internet Broadcasting Promotes Clayton Rose to Executive Vice President of Business and Corporate Development

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Rose to direct footprint expansion as company capitalizes on national advertising growth.

Internet Broadcasting, the nation's largest publisher of local news online, today announced the promotion of Clayton Rose to executive vice president of business and corporate development. The announcement was made by Peter Stilson, chief operating officer of Internet Broadcasting, which publishes TV station Web sites for America's premier broadcasters: NBC, Cox Broadcasting, Hearst-Argyle, The McGraw Hill Companies, Post-Newsweek and Meredith Broadcasting.

In his new role, Rose will lead the company's national footprint expansion by developing advertising sales relationships with online properties of major media companies. Additionally, Rose will continue to oversee the company's business development unit which establishes and manages relationships with strategic advertising and content partners such as Monster, AutoTrader and eHarmony.

"Clayton has a proven track record of success in building mutually beneficial, strategic relationships with premier online brands," said Stilson. "As online advertising continues to soar, we have many Web properties seeking to leverage our expertise and proven ability to drive significant national advertising revenue. Clayton is just the person to help us explore and build these relationships."

About Internet Broadcasting

Internet Broadcasting is the largest national platform of TV station Web sites. The company publishes more than 70 sites for America's premier broadcasters: NBC, Cox Television, Hearst-Argyle, The McGraw Hill Companies, Post-Newsweek and Meredith Broadcasting. Each month, one in every 12 online Americans visits an Internet Broadcasting site, making it one of the nation's largest online news publishers. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis with offices in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. For more information, visit


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