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FORMER CEO OF TURNER BROADCASTING IN FRANCE, ERIC CLEMENCEAU, NAMED VP OF EUROPEAN AD SALES AT MASSIVE INCORPORATED

NEW YORK CITY-NOVEMBER 15, 2005-Massive Incorporated, the world's first and only video game network, today announced that Eric Clemenceau, previously, the CEO of Turner Broadcasting for French speaking countries, has been named Vice President of Sales for continental Europe.

Clemenceau has extensive experience in media, media sales, marketing, and management which spans 23 years in cable, satellite, print, distribution, business development and new media both in France and internationally. As VP of European Ad Sales, he will be responsible for marketing Massive's ground breaking video game network to advertisers throughout Europe.

"In just over one year since going live with the network, Massive has seen extraordinary success building out the network and delivering leading brand messages to the coveted male 18-34 year-old demographic," said Mitch Davis, CEO of Massive Incorporated. "Eric's deep expertise in European media is a tremendous asset to us as we expand our network and deliver geo-targeted, relevant advertising to gamers around the world."

At Turner Broadcasting, Clemenceau was responsible for channels including CNN, Cartoon Network, Turner Classic Movies, and Boomerang. Prior to managing these leading cable channels, he was Senior Vice President of CNN International Advertising Sales in Europe, responsible for ad sales revenue, strategy, and business development and sales staff management for all European offices.

Eric started his career as a print news journalist and then held the position of Advertising Vice President for CondeNast Publications (Vogue) in Germany.

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