Audited Media Association of Australia CEO, Paul Dovas, has stepped down after 16 years with the organisation to pursue opportunities in digital media.
He leaves behind a legacy of significant development at the AMAA. In his time as CEO he introduced the reporting of digital versions, web traffic auditing and a brand safety code of conduct, as well as overseeing the union of the Audit Bureau of Circulations and Circulations Audit Board to form the AMAA.
“Paul has been a key figure in delivering accountability and transparency for the media the AMAA represents, in particular in the complex digital space,” AMAA chairman Dr Stephen Hollings said.
“Paul’s knowledge, commitment and passion for digital media and advertising provides a solid legacy for the AMAA to follow.”
Mr Dovas has previously held various roles with the International Federation of Audit Bureaux of Circulations, as a director on the executive board and president of the Asia Pacific Audit Bureaux of Circulation as well as on the IFABC’s Digital Publishing, Web Standards and Event Audit committees.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the AMAA having worked with a variety of passionate and committed people across the diverse membership,” Mr Dovas said.
“I am very proud of the AMAA’s achievements and would like to thank the Board, the AMAA Committees and my dedicated team for their guidance and support.”
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