06.22.2007 01:00 PM
Internet Broadcasting names new president, CEO

David Lebow has been named president and CEO of Internet Broadcasting, one of the nation's largest networks of TV station Web sites.

Lebow was previously executive VP and general manager of AOL Media Networks. Reid Johnson, who formed the company in 1996 and previously was CEO and president, will stay on in his founder role at the company.

Lebow joined AOL in 2002 where he helped create and execute the strategy that transformed AOL from a dialup ISP into a consumer Web portal.

For more information, visit www.ibsys.com.



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