|By Marketwired .||
|June 26, 2014 01:28 PM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - June 26, 2014) - rVue Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: RVUE), the premier advertising technology platform for digital place-based media, announced the appointment of Tony Dailey as Director of Sales.
"Tony brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the out-of-home media sector, both as a buyer and a seller, and has been right at the forefront of developing digital out-of-home solutions in the past few years," said Steve Schildwachter, rVue's Chief Marketing Officer.
"Importantly," Schildwachter continued, "he understands the role of digital place-based media, and how it can add consumer engagement and effective reach to the media mix for advertisers and agencies."
Dailey has held positions in several leading out-of-home media companies. After a stint at advertising agency Leo Burnett, Dailey joined Clear Channel Outdoor (formerly Patrick Media Group), rising through the ranks to hold many management positions including Chicago Sales Manager, Memphis General Manager and Transit Manager among other assignments.
He joined Titan Outdoor Advertising's transit business in 2011 as Chicago Sales Manager where he oversaw the sales operation in Titan's largest revenue producing market.
"I'm excited about the opportunity to leverage my digital out-of-home experience," stated Dailey, "and build rVue by building the medium now, when it's at an inflection point."
rVue Holdings, Inc. is an advertising technology company providing the digital distribution platform for the Digital Place-based Media industry. The company connects 770,000 digital screens across 180 networks delivering access to 250 million daily impressions in one simple platform. Backed by the industry's most intuitive and intelligent platform, rVue has the technology, data and expertise to connect brands and targeted consumers where and when it matters most. For more information, please visit http://www.rvue.com.
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