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University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA 1999
Communication Arts

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Advisory Board Member
Vice President Business Development

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Senior Director, Publisher Development
Vice President, Audience Monetization
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Matt Barash

Matt is currently Head of Business Development at SessionM, where he is responsible for the growth of the company’s mobile publisher partnerships.

Prior to SessionM, Matt served as Vice President of Audience Monetization at Forbes, where he was focused on the cultivation of a new business unit to leverage real time bidding, data management and ad tech partnerships to create an innovative suite of ad products to bring to market.

Matt served as an integral part of the original team to architect and scale the third party ad network business at Fox Interactive Media (Fox Audience Network) where he and his team assembled and managed the supply business by assembling a portfolio of more than 800 publishers.

Matt has extensive third party ad network experience at both Traffic Marketplace and 24/7 Real Media, where he worked in various business development capacities on data, technology and strategic publisher partnerships, is an active member of the IAB and can frequently be found speaking his mind on panels and in print via a variety of digital media industry functions.

Before entering the digital world, Matt held sales and strategy roles in both broadcast and print media at Discovery Communications, ESPN/ABC Sports, Conde Nast and the Smithsonian.

Matt received his BA in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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