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ESPN Appoints Multiscreen Media Ltd as Rep

PRESS RELEASE
1ST AUGUST 2014

New Zealand :: ESPN Appoints Multiscreen Media Ltd as Digital Advertising Sales Representative

Leading global digital sports brand, ESPN, has appointed Multiscreen Media Ltd as its digital advertising sales representative in New Zealand.

Lance Peatey, Director of Digital Products and Partnerships commented “We are extremely pleased to have reached this agreement with Multiscreen Media. ESPN’s portfolio of brands makes it the leading digital sports publisher in NZ and we believe Multiscreen Media will add significant value and experience to our NZ business.”

Multiscreen Media believe in better connecting advertisers and users through efficiencies achieved utilising programmatic media. The Australian company launched in New Zealand in July 2014 with Commercial Director, Sebastian Berry moving across the ditch to Auckland.

“ESPN is a great internationally recognised leader in sports and presents a very exciting opportunity for Multiscreen Media. Our team has had extensive experience representing and working within large premium brands. After assessing ESPN’s requirements in the New Zealand market we knew that this would be a good fit and a great partnership” – Jonathan Despinidic, CEO of Multiscreen Media.

Multiscreen Media will be representing ESPN across their digital display, mobile and video assets online.

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