Printer Friendly

Syndicate IQ Names Michael Rogers President and CEO.

DALLAS -- Syndicate IQ, a leading provider of content syndication management and monetization services, has appointed Michael Rogers as President and Chief Executive Officer.

As President and CEO, Rogers will be responsible for the leadership, growth, and profitability of Syndicate IQ. Rogers joins Syndicate IQ from Reed Elsevier's Reed Business Information division where he was Vice President of Strategic Accounts at the corporate level. In this position, Mike was responsible for account relationships at the company's key accounts and led integrated marketing revenue generation efforts on behalf of the company across its extensive online, event and print product offerings.

"Mike Rogers brings exceptional domain experience in online media and the advertising/marketing disciplines plus a strong operational skill set to build the processes necessary for Syndicate IQ to scale quickly," said Stuart Watson, CTO and founder of Syndicate IQ. "His in-depth knowledge of the advertising and publishing worlds is ideal as Syndicate IQ moves rapidly forward."

"We estimate text, audio, and video syndication capturing 10% of online ad spending by 2010," said Rogers. Syndicate IQ is committed to providing innovative, high-value solutions to publishers, advertisers and marketers; as well as, a strong customer focus to capture this market. "I'm looking forward to working with our customers across the industry and fully building out the team to take our services to market."

Rogers, highly regarded as a publishing and advertising executive has held senior positions at IDG as President/CEO of Computerworld and computerworld.com, Knight Ridder as Corporate Vice President of Marketing & Sales, and senior account leadership positions at leading advertising agencies: Campbell Ewald and Lintas:New York. He has degrees from Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and New Mexico State University.

About Syndicate IQ

Syndicate IQ empowers publishers and marketers to simply and effectively "manage, measure, and monetize" their syndicated text, audio, and video content. Syndicate IQ's Trigon Engine creates a one-to-one connection between the syndicator and the end consumer of syndicated content. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, the company is privately funded and is located on the web at www.syndicateiq.com.
COPYRIGHT 2006 Business Wire
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2006, Gale Group. All rights reserved. Gale Group is a Thomson Corporation Company.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Business Wire
Date:May 12, 2006
Words:346
Previous Article:Fitch Assigns 'CAM2' SF CDO Asset Manager Rating to Bear Stearns.
Next Article:Q4 2006 DRS Technologies Earnings Conference Call - Research and Markets offers a brief of 'DRS Technologies' Conference Call.


Related Articles
For the record.
NEWS LITE : CARTOONIST'S MOM DENIES SHE'S MARGE.
`RESTLESS' NIGHT FOR DAYTIME EMMYS?
Cartoons.
Cartoons.
Up like Flynn: video games and IQ.
Cartoons.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters