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July 21, 2009 at 9:14 AM

RealNetworks confirms Hulett joining games group

In case anyone needed more confirmation after Rob Glaser’s hint last week, RealNetworks today announced that it hired Matt Hulett as chief revenue officer of the company’s RealGames North America unit.

Hulett last week disclosed his resignation from Mpire/Widgetbucks, a Seattle Web startup, but didn’t say where he was heading next.

Real’s announcement said Hulett’s new position “will drive the games division’s direct-to-consumer and syndication efforts.”

Before starting Mpire, Hulett was president and chief executive of Expedia Corporate Travel, president of AtomShockwave and a group manager at RealNetworks.

Comments | Topics: matt hulett, mpire, RealNetworks

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