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April 16, 2007 at 3:00 PM

Mobile advertising group makes a local selection

Seattle-based OpenMarket, a division of Amdocs, said today that John Lauer, its vice president of sales and carrier relations, has been elected to the Mobile Marketing Association 2007 North American Board of Directors.

The MMA is a global association dedicated to establishing practices and guidelines for advertising in the mobile industry.

Other local executives serve on the executive committee and board.

From the executive committee:

— Vice Chairman Jay Emmet is the president of mBlox, which has offices in London, Singapore and Sunnydale, Calif., but Emmet lives in Camas.

— Director at large Matt Champagne is director of mobile product management at Microsoft’s MSN and Windows Live divisions.

On the board of directors:

— Doug Busk is vice president of industry relations at Bellevue-based SinglePoint.

— Chuck Mildes is senior manager of off-deck content services at Bellevue-based T-Mobile USA.

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