CARLTON ROBERTS: MaxMedia

CARLTON ROBERTS has joined the MaxMedia Design staff as vice president of media development. Roberts is developing partnerships with traditional advertising and media marketing companies. Prior to joining MaxMedia Design, Roberts worked for 10 years in the New York market where he directed sales and marketing for Cowles New Media division and worked on the corporate staff of EMAP USA to launch FHM magazine and “NFL Insider.”
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