Brock Berry, CEO of AdCellerant, has been elected onto the Local Media Association Foundation Board.
The board is charged with some of the organization’s most innovative work including LMA’s training, annual and regional Innovation Missions, monthly Local Media Innovation Alliance research/case study reports and more.
Berry is an accomplished senior executive, entrepreneur, consultant, and board member with over 17 years of success in marketing, advertising, and technology. His broad areas of expertise include radio, TV, broadcast, video, digital, online, and mobile advertising; search engine marketing (SEM); social media and email marketing; new business development; sales management; and people development.
Berry has held leadership positions at AdCellerant (Co-Founder/CEO, 5 years); Affinity Express; AdTaxi; Digital First Media; Clarity Media Group; The Denver Post; and Schurz Communications. He has been responsible for co-founding AdCellerant, a leading digital advertising and technology company, leveraging award-winning proprietary ad software platform that delivers digital marketing plans based on campaign industry and objectives, creating operational efficiencies and revenues. In its first 4 years, the company experienced over 4,000 percent growth.
“I’m honored and excited to be joining the Local Media Foundation’s Board,” Brock said. “I believe in the importance of local journalism and I’m excited to join a group of like-minded individuals focused on helping the Local Media Foundation accomplish the mission of ensuring quality, investigative, journalism is around for another few hundred years.”
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